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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Joey Lauren Adamsin bronze, turned toward an imaginary compatriot, waiting for a conversation th
Joey Lauren Adams
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
in bronze, turned toward an imaginary compatriot, waiting for a conversation that never comes. In 1956, Faulkner told The Paris Review, "An artist is a creature driven by demons." In 2001, Adams rewrote a poignant scene in Come Early... Read more
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The Irish Times
All That Man Is by David Szalay review: breaking the serious newsageing. In most sections, the man in question is undertaking some form of journ
All That Man Is by David Szalay review: breaking the serious news
The Irish Times / Posted 9 days ago
ageing. In most sections, the man in question is undertaking some form of journey. In the fifth story, first published in the Paris Review, a journalist who is working on a newspaper in Denmark is about to run a piece that will wreck the career of... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Poems From Clare Rossini's Latest Work: 'Lingo'in creative writing and supervises an outreach program. Her poems and essays ha
Poems From Clare Rossini's Latest Work: 'Lingo'
Hartford Courant / Posted 10 days ago
in creative writing and supervises an outreach program. Her poems and essays have appeared in many journals, including The Paris Review, The Kenyon Review, The Iowa Review, Ploughshares, and Poetry, as well as anthologies including the "Best... Read more
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The Atlantic
Burn It Down: 'How to Set a Fire and Why' Makes Teenage Angst Literalfrom the opening pages: “I live with my aunt—dad = dead, mom in lunatic house.”
Burn It Down: 'How to Set a Fire and Why' Makes Teenage Angst Literal
The Atlantic / Posted 13 days ago
from the opening pages: “I live with my aunt—dad = dead, mom in lunatic house.” As Ball explained in an interview with The Paris Review two years ago, “I think a book is often an account, or a series of accounts, that create a world that is... Read more
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The Jewish Week
Voice Of The Survivor Generation Who Bore Witness To Horror“Very naively I went to the Jewish Agency in Paris. I felt I had to do somethin
Voice Of The Survivor Generation Who Bore Witness To Horror
The Jewish Week / Posted 19 days ago
“Very naively I went to the Jewish Agency in Paris. I felt I had to do something,” he explained in an interview with The Paris Review several decades later. “I could only hope that if I became a member I would not have had to kill … my place... Read more
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The Jewish Week
Connecting the World to Jewish News, Culture, and Opinion“Very naively I went to the Jewish Agency in Paris. I felt I had to do somethin
Connecting the World to Jewish News, Culture, and Opinion
The Jewish Week / Posted 22 days ago
“Very naively I went to the Jewish Agency in Paris. I felt I had to do something,” he explained in an interview with The Paris Review several decades later. “I could only hope that if I became a member I would not have had to kill … my place... Read more
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Salon.com
“Pat the Bunny” is kind of twisted and other lessons I learned from picture booksweek-long binge: on Sunday, “he ate through one nice green leaf and after that
“Pat the Bunny” is kind of twisted and other lessons I learned from picture books
Salon.com / Posted 23 days ago
week-long binge: on Sunday, “he ate through one nice green leaf and after that he felt much better.” As Carle explained to “The Paris Review,” “[i]ncluding the punitive stomachache ruined the effect. It compromised the book… I see children doing... Read more
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The Post-Journal
‘Rosenblatt And Friends’ Lecture Features Prominent Literary EditorsRosenblatt, author, Time Magazine essayist and a favorite guest of Chautauqua I
‘Rosenblatt And Friends’ Lecture Features Prominent Literary Editors
The Post-Journal / Posted 26 days ago
Rosenblatt, author, Time Magazine essayist and a favorite guest of Chautauqua Institution, invited Stein, The Paris Review editor-in-chief; Paul, The New York Times Book Review editor; and Lynn, The Kenyon Review editor, to share tales of the trade... Read more
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WBGO-FM Newark
Conversations with Allan Wolpersix books of poetry. His critically acclaimed work has appeared in The New York
Conversations with Allan Wolper
WBGO-FM Newark / Posted 26 days ago
six books of poetry. His critically acclaimed work has appeared in The New York Times, Esquire Magazine, The New Yorker, The Paris Review, Chicago Tribune The Nation, Atlantic Monthly Magazine, and Slate.His poems have been published in numerous... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Arkansas Times Recommends: Yeats, the NBA offseason, Karl Ove Knausgaard, and Mathes coolersdecades. (That’s along with a host of lesser-known pop culture “plunderings,” a
Arkansas Times Recommends: Yeats, the NBA offseason, Karl Ove Knausgaard, and Mathes coolers
Arkansas Times / Posted 30 days ago
decades. (That’s along with a host of lesser-known pop culture “plunderings,” as cataloged by this entertaining piece from the Paris Review: it turns out the phrase “the widening gyre” alone crops up as the title of a pulpy detective novel, an... Read more

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