Since 1953, The Paris Review has been dedicated to discovering the best new voices in fiction, nonfiction, poetry and visual art. Founded in Paris by three American expats, this now New York-based journal has grown to become the country’s leading literary quarterly. In each issue, readers will find short stories and poems from writers both familiar and lesser known, as well as author interviews and visual art portfolios. The Fall 2019 issue features six short pieces of fiction, seventeen poems and interviews with author Alice McDermott and translator Michael Hofmann. Also included is the work of photographer Sayuri Ichida, accompanied by an essay from Chloe Honum. Filled with inspiration, The Paris Review is a must-have for avid readers and aspiring writers alike.
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•issue no. 230, fall 2019