September 13, 2010 | by Lorin Stein
Two days to go before we officially launch the fall issue—and with it, the redesigned Paris Review. We are told that copies have already arrived at a bookstore near us. Maybe also at one near you.
For the curious, the contents include:
interviews with Michel Houellebecq and Norman Rush
fiction by Lydia Davis, Sam Lipsyte, and newcomer April Ayers Lawson
essays by J. D. Daniels and John Jeremiah Sullivan
poems by Carol Muske-Dukes, Dorothea Lasky, Frederick Seidel, John Tranter, Mark Ford, Daniel Bosch, Charles Harper Webb, and the late, great Giacomo Leopardi
artworks by Tauba Auerbach and Colter Jacobsen
We'll be telling you more about these people, and showing you some of their work, over the next few weeks. But ... it's never too soon to subscribe!