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Ben Lerner on the Haunting, Quiet Keith Waldrop April 1, 2016: Ben Lerner writes about “A Major Poet of Quiet” for Paris Review Daily. Who Might That Be? It’s Keith Waldrop! “His accomplishment is difficult to describe because his work [...] by

Tomas Tranströmer’s Translator Talks Tenses, Silent Energy January 28, 2016: Paris Review Daily posted an interview with translator Patty Crane about the newest and brightest Bright Scythe: Selected Poems by Tomas Tranströmer. “Turn of events such as the ones I [...] by

Ron Padgett’s ‘How to Be Perfect,’ Illustrated January 6, 2016: Over at the Paris Review Daily, the first ten lines of Ron Padgett’s poem, “How to Be Perfect” (a perfect New Year’s poem, wouldn’t you say), have come to graphic life [...] by

Rick Moody Considers the Poetic Collage & Novelistic Pleasures of Paul Metcalf’s Genoa July 30, 2015: At Paris Review Daily, Rick Moody encounters Paul Metcalf’s innovative novel Genoa, “something that feels completely new.” The book, originally published in 1965 by Jonathan [...] by

Live Interview With Czeslaw Milosz in 1993 July 1, 2015: The Paris Review Daily is gracing us with archival conversations with writers this week–recently posted is poet Czeslaw Milosz, interviewed live at the 92Y’s Unterberg Poetry Center in 1993. [...] by