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The Paris Review, Now a Video Star May 29, 2015: Paris Review has launched a new video series, it’s “My First Time:” interviews with authors about their first books. From Jacket Copy: […] Since its first issue in 1953, the [...] by

Terrence Hayes Brings Etheridge Knight into Focus March 13, 2015: We can’t recommend enough tonight’s event at NYU: Terrence Hayes will deliver his Bagley Wright Lecture entitled “Three Acts of Love: ‘As You Leave Me,’ ‘Upon Your Leaving,’ [...] by

Paris Review Re-Connects Readers with William Bronk February 19, 2015: In a recent post at Paris Review, Daniel Piepenbring wonders, “Why is William Bronk Perennially Under-read?” During Bronk’s lifetime, Burning Deck, New Directions, and North Point [...] by

Demonstrating the Breadth of Paul Scheerbart February 11, 2015: The Paris Review Daily’s Erik Morse spoke to Josiah McElheny, the co-editor (with Christine Burgin) of Glass! Love!! Perpetual Motion!!!: A Paul Scheerbart Reader. Not heard of Paul Scheerbart [...] by

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

At Aperture: Poets on Photographs December 11, 2014: The Paris Review Daily points us to Aperture magazine’s winter issue, which features four poets discussing their favorite photographs in a piece called “Collectors: The Poets.” The piece [...] by

The Paris Review Daily on Paul Muldoon’s First Chapbook Knowing My Place November 26, 2014: On December 2nd, PEN American Center will auction seventy-five annotated first editions by accomplished writers including Jane Smiley and Don DeLillo, with all proceeds to benefit PEN: a literary [...] by

Black Lives Matter: A Roundup of Worthy Reads November 25, 2014: In the wake of the Michael Brown grand jury non-indictment, this poetry-news day is a slow one. Or is it? Some links we feel might be worth a moment of your time: 1. Audre Lorde’s [...] by