Posts Tagged ‘Paris Review’
September 9, 2013 | by The Paris Review
Have a question about The Paris Review? How do the interviews work? What’s our pitch process? Are we a CIA front?
Paris Review editors will be hosting a Reddit AMA (short for “Ask Me Anything”) tomorrow, September 10, at 3 P.M. EDT.
You can read the full thread here.
See you then!
August 20, 2013 | by Justin Alvarez
Now we’re making it really easy for you! For those readers who were unable to catch James Salter, Mona Simpson, Lorin Stein, and John Jeremiah Sullivan discussing The Paris Review’s sixtieth anniversary on Charlie Rose, are you ever in luck! You can now watch the full segment below (sans introductory interview with Yelp founder Jeremy Stoppelman). Yes, we’ve given this a lot of ink, but what can we say—we’re proud!
If you have issues with the video, click here to watch.
April 22, 2013 | by Sadie Stein
December 2, 2010 | by Lorin Stein
First The Paris Magazine, now this! We like to think of The Paris Review as the little magazine that launched a thousand little magazines. And yes, in our book, imaginary magazines count extra. We wish “The Oakland Review” a long and happy life ... or at least a superfun night. Just give back the bird once you’ve finished?
November 16, 2010 | by Lorin Stein
Decorator and diarist Rita Konig was recently commissioned to design a model penthouse for Manhattan House, the white brick landmark on 66th Street. We attended the unveiling of Rita’s apartment and were delighted to discover The Paris Review occupying the best real estate in the joint. Rita calls it her “Paris Review Loo,” or “Rev Lav” for short.
We are equally delighted to report that the last issue got stolen two days later, along with a stash of Jo Malone bath salts. Some broker out there has no scruples—and a taste for the finer things.