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Fanny Howe’s Beautiful Paris Review Interview December 21, 2016: Fanny Howe discusses Samuel Beckett, poetry, filmmaking, moviegoing, and the monk’s life with longtime friend William Corbett in a new interview for Paris Review. “When I’m at the [...] by

Paris Review Spends a Moment With Mary Ruefle December 14, 2016: The latest installment of Paris Review online features an interview with Mary Ruefle, conducted by Caitlin Youngquist. Ruefle is a writer whose process stems from a bygone era—she hand-writes and [...] by

Paris Review Assesses the Connection Between Writing and Exercise July 13, 2016: Hey sports fans. Ever consider going for a run while you write that sonnet? Paris Review’s Daniel Kunitz reflects on George Plimpton’s fitness prowess. Young people are a mess. They eat [...] by

Mad Visionaries: Max Nelson Debunks Poetic Lunacy at Paris Review January 6, 2016: For his Paris Review series exploring prison literature, Max Nelson investigates John Clare and Christopher Smart and “the poetry of lunacy.” Regarding John Clare’s fervent [...] by

Meet Ladan Osman at Paris Review July 14, 2015: A resident of Chicago, Ladan Osman is the author of The Kitchen Dweller’s Testimony selected for the Sillerman First Book Prize for African Poets in 2014. Our dear readers may also know Ladan [...] by