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The Paris Review

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What the staff of ‘The Paris Review’ is reading this week.
After two-and-a-half years as the Daily’s Correspondent, Sadie Stein bids us farewell.
Help Me. I Think I Want to Go to the Burger King Spa
The Golden Gate Bridge opened on this day in 1937. M.F.K. Fisher writes about jumping.
T.S. Eliot rejected ‘Animal Farm,’ counting genital euphemisms, canon fight, and other news.
Tomorrow, the Golden Gate Bridge turns 79. Read this M.F.K. Fisher essay on jumping.
“Hottentot Venus,” a poem by Morgan Parker
Two more hilarious cartoons from the absurdist illustrator “Colonel” Glen Baxter
Mary Karr, The Art of Memoir No. 1, interviewed by Amanda Fortini, published in The Paris Review no. 191 (Winter 2009). Link to full interview in bio. #memoir #marykarr #artofmemoir #writersatwork #writingadvice #writers #quotes #theliarsclub #womenwriters
Why are there so few courses in Soviet literature at American universities?
The Joys of Eating a Hot Dog Standing up at the Airport
Queen Elizabeth declares 2016 the “Year of Punk,” and other news.
RT @parisreview: Our week-long celebration of the absurdist illustrator Glen Baxter.
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Picturing the Literary History of Word Processing
Sir Richard Francis Burton’s adventures in India.
“Free Dirt,” by Henri Cole
Alan Hollinghurst was born on this day in 1954. Read about his discovery of J.R.R. Tolkien.
New blurtings by the author who brought us “It Was the Smallest Pizza They Had Ever Seen.”
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Title Fights: Who Gets to Name an Author’s Book?
“Going to Chicago,” a poem by Lewis Meyers
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