Complete Archive of Paris Review Interviews Available Online

October 26, 2010 | 1

Lorin Stein has made the complete archive of The Paris Review interviews available for free onlineThe New York Times explains why this is such fantastic news: “The first issue of The Paris Review contained an interview with E.M. Forster. The new issue contains two, with Norman Rush…and the French controversialist Michel Houellebecq. In between there have been more than 300 others, from Ernest Hemingway (as indignant as a gored bull) to Jorge Louis Borges (funny and quizzical) and Hunter S. Thompson (surely on a variety of pharmaceuticals). Nearly all are worth a look-in.”

is an associate editor for The Millions. She works for the New York Civil Liberties Union, the NY Chapter of the ACLU. She was formerly a writer for The Atlantic's news website The Wire, and a co-editor of NY media blog FishbowlNY. Her writing has appeared in The Millions, TheAtlantic.com, Newsday, National Journal, The Rumpus, and elsewhere, and is partly collected at her website, TheCivilWriter.com. Follow @ujalasehgal.

One comment:

  1. Hello Paris Review!

    I am interested in being able to read the FULL interview that Wallace Shawn did with Mark Strand. It was published as “Mark Strand, The Art of Poetry No. 77”, and appeared in Issue 148, Fall 1998.

    How could I go about getting it? From now on, I really appreciate any information.

    A cordial greeting,

    Christian Kupchik

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