Friday, July 1, 2011

Paris Review’s Interview Archive Available Online

Whoever says you can’t get anything (worthy) for free is wrong. The Paris Review is now offering all of its author interviews online for free. The archive goes back to its first issue in the 1950s. What an amazing resource for readers and writers. I look forward to reading the words of some of the poetry greats, like Robert Lowell, Marianne Moore, Paul Muldoon and more. You can search through the archives by author name or decade of publication.

Thank you to the Writer’s Chronicle for bringing this to my attention (yes, I'm quite far behind in my journal reading...)

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