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The Paris Review #247

155 x 235 mm, 248 pages
New York, US
Published since 1953
Editor: Emily Stokes
Art director: Na Kim
Designer: Matt Willey

Originally published from Paris, the review moved to New York in the sixties but retained its name. It has built an enviable reputation for discovering the best new voices in fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. This colourful little number is Paris Review's 247th issue. Inside:

Alice Notely on the Art of Poetry: ‘I didn't want to be robbed of any kind of accomplishment in poetry.’

Jhumpa Lahiri on the Art of Fiction: ‘The goal isn't to be happy with my voice. What I want is simply to have one.’

Prose by Joanna Kavenna, Joy Williams, Samanta Schweblin, Julien Columeau, Elijah Bailey, and Eliot Weinberger.  

Poetry by Gbenga Adesina, Mary Ruefle, Matthew Zapruder, Julian Talamantez Brolaski, Jessica Laser, Maureen N. McLane, and Elisa Gabbert. 

Art by Chris Oh and Farah Al Qasimi. 

Cover: Nicolas Party, Landscapes, 2024, soft pastel on pastel card.

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