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The Paris Review

.@levarburton plays James Baldwin in the latest episode of our podcast. Listen here:…
Dakota Johnson reads Dorothea Lasky’s poem “I Had a Man” in episode 3 of ‘The Paris Review Podcast.’ Listen now:
The question of how to process art by monstrous men is difficult, and I think @ClaireDederer gets at how personal and case-specific it can be.…
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Four new issues, ‘Women at Work,’ and access to our entire archive—all for one low price. Don’t miss out on the perfect holiday gift!
From our Fall issue: “The Ruins of Nostalgia 42,” a poem by Donna Stonecipher…
Just in time for the holidays, we’re offering a subscription deal that includes our new book, ‘Women at Work,’ for 50% off the cover price! Learn more here:
Hear actual audio from Jack Kerouac and more on the @parisreview podcast 👌
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Beautiful piece at @parisreview by RENEE GLADMAN, on the art of the liner note and writing about jazz. And this take on reclaiming vinyl: "the feeling of vibration taking on color, that duration, then the turning over, again the lifting down."
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“I thought I was done / with the high-toned / shitty world”…
Congratulations to all the 2017 National Book Award winners! Frank Bidart’s poem “The War of Vaslav Nijinsky” received our inaugural Bernard F. Conners Prize for Poetry in 1981:…
Chinua Achebe would have been eighty-seven today. Read his Art of Fiction interview here:…
"And then I grew older and began to read adventures in which I didn't know that I was supposed to be on the side of those savages who were encountered by the good white man." — #ChinuaAchebe, b. 11/16/1930
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“In earliest morning,” a poem by James Schuyler…
While supplies last, you can get a copy of our new book, ‘Women at Work,’ for 50% off with the purchase of a subscription. This is the perfect gift! (Lemons and flowers not included; order by November 19 to ensure delivery in time for the holidays.)
EXCITING UPCOMING EVENT! On Nov 18, we'll be screening @barneyswall and having a discussion on literary censorship:
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The second episode of our podcast features Jack Kerouac talking about Buddha, @DonnettaLavinia reading fiction by Shelly Oria, and Hailey Gates reading poetry by Erica Ehrenberg. Listen and subscribe here:…
On the first episode of our podcast, Wallace Shawn reads Denis Johnson’s “Car-Crash While Hitchhiking.” Be sure to subscribe now so you don’t miss tomorrow’s episode, which features archival tape of Jack Kerouac:…
How to make cornmeal dumplings like Janie from Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God: @parisreview
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Hear more from Maya Angelou on the first episode of ‘The Paris Review Podcast’:
“Car-Crash While Hitchhiking,” a short story by Denis Johnson…
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