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The Paris Review Corrects the Error January 22, 2015: Oops! The Paris Review has expressed its apologies to Allen Ginsberg for neglecting to make a correction regarding his thoughts on LSD. From TPR: When The Paris Review interviewed Allen Ginsberg for [...] by

Page-Turners in Paradise January 21, 2015: The Paris Review posted this charming story yesterday by Ted Trautman about the perils of road-tripping (and book buying)(especially in Iowa City.) From Paris Review: Fourteen years ago, my mom [...] by

Holland Cotter Reflects on Jane Freilicher’s Life and Legacy December 16, 2014: On Friday night, The Poetry Project celebrated Jane Freilicher’s life and spirit. At The New York Times, Holland Cotter meditates on her life and art career, and who her many folowers are [...] by

Paris Review Presents: Election Day Reading and After November 5, 2014: Still getting all of those election day emotions off your chest? The Paris Review has got you in mind with its election day coverage and then some. Afterall, haven’t you ever wondered how [...] by

Dodie Bellamy Knocks Our Socks Off at The Paris Review August 1, 2014: As if this interview with David Buuck and this interview with Sara Wintz weren’t enough to convince us how much of a treasure Dodie Bellamy is, THIS interview with Christopher Higgs, published [...] by

John Keats: Death by Article? July 28, 2014: We had the weekend to digest Jeffrey C. Johnson’s temperature-raising post from the Paris Review, all about John Keats and reflections on fever. And on dispelling the myth propagated by [...] by

Stevie Smith Profiled at the Paris Review February 12, 2014: At the Paris Review blog, Diane Mehta delivers an engaging portrait of Stevie Smith. Mehta writes that Smith’s poetry is undergoing something of renaissance, what with her Best Poems having [...] by

Lidija Dimkovska! At the Paris Review Daily! September 9, 2013: For the Paris Review Daily’s recent Windows on the World series, they’ve tapped Slovene poet Lidija Dimkovska (her UDP book Do Not Awaken Them With Hammers is a must-read) to give us her [...] by

Allen Ginsberg’s Celestial Homework May 22, 2013: We have our friends at the Paris Review blog to thank for pointing us to Open Culture where they’ve posted the celestial syllabus to Allen Ginsberg’s 1977 course at the Jack Kerouac [...] by

The Paris Review Has ‘Mad Daughter and Big-Bang’ Stuck in Their Heads May 7, 2013: At the Paris Review blog yesterday, Luling Osofsky was pondering poems by fake authors, or fake poems by real authors, or something in between. If you haven’t guessed already, we’re [...] by