Paris Review Issue 205 (Summer 2013)

Paris Review Issue 205 (Summer 2013)

Paperback

Edited by Lorin Stein

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  • Publisher: Canongate Books Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 260 pages
  • Dimensions: 158mm x 238mm x 16mm | 457g
  • Publication date: 18 July 2013
  • Publication City/Country: Edinburgh
  • ISBN 10: 1782110399
  • ISBN 13: 9781782110392
  • Edition statement: Main ed
  • Sales rank: 879,797

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The Paris Review is a groundbreaking publication bringing together fiction, poetry and prose from great writers all over the world. Its legendary interview series alone represents the single most important body of work that celebrates writing about writing. Publishing quarterly, each issue is a tribute to the possibilities of the written word and under Lorin Stein's canny editorial leadership it looks set to continue and expand on what it has achieved in its illustrious life to date. This edition includes interviews with Michael Holroyd, Hermione Lee and Imre Kertesz: fiction from Ben Lerner, David Gates, Robert Walser, Lydia Davis, Emma Cline and Gillian Linden: poetry from D. Nurske, Patrizia Cavalli, Henri Cole, Geoffrey Brock, Gretchen Marquette, Karl Kirchwey, Donna Stonecipher, Rachel Hadas, Charles Harper Webb and Henk Rossouw.

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The Paris Review was founded in 1953 and has published early and important work by Philip Roth, V.S. Naipaul, Jeffrey Eugenides, A.S. Byatt, T.C. Boyle, William T. Vollmann and many other writers who have given us great literature of the past half century. Philip Gourevitch was named editor of The Paris Review in 2005, succeeding George Plimpton, who was editor from 1953 until his death in 2003. Lorin Stein is the current editor.

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* One of the few truly essential literary magazines of the twentieth century - and now of the twenty-first. Frequently weird, always wonderful -- Margaret Atwood