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Holidays, via The Paris Review

December 16, 2013 | by

Richard Anuszkiewicz, Untitled

Richard Anuszkiewicz, Untitled.

We have already reminded you about the wonderful gift that is a full year—or even two, or three!—of the best in prose, poetry, interviews, and art. But don’t forget, there is also the Paris Review print series, allowing you to share an archive of nearly fifty years of contemporary masterworks.

Subscribe now! And see our print series here.



Last Chance for Our Special Tote Bag Offer!

May 22, 2013 | by



Subscribe now, and you can still get our special anniversary tote bag, with our compliments!*

*Offer good for US subscribers only.


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Pomp and Circumstance

May 17, 2013 | by


We won’t pretend to be completely disinterested, but we genuinely believe a two- or three-year subscription to The Paris Review is a great graduation gift. Any of us would have been delighted to receive it.

Just enter the code TPRGRAD2013 and get $10 off.



Get Your Paris Review Totes While They Last!

March 26, 2012 | by

If you’re just joining us, a recap: when you buy or renew a Paris Review subscription, you’ll receive this lovely tote bag, inspired by our Spring cover, all for $40.* Not to mention, four issues of the best fiction, essays, poetry, and interviews.

But act fast! This offer expires Wednesday, March 28, at 6 P.M. Paris Review time (which is, confusingly, also Eastern Standard time).

In short: order now!

And don’t forget your Revel ticket—you only have until the end of the week to reserve a spot at the best party in town.

*Canadian and international prices are higher.


Last-Chance Bolaño

January 31, 2012 | by

“Compassionate, disturbing, and deeply felt ... tragic and beautiful.” —NPR

“A scathing novel with a lot of exuberance to it, not unlike the man who wrote it.” —The Economist

“Thoroughly, weirdly absorbing.” —The New York Times

That’s what the critics are saying about Roberto Bolaño’s lost novel, The Third Reich, which we serialized with original illustrations by Leanne Shapton. Over the course of four issues, we followed the adventures of Udo Berger, a young German who falls into louche company in an insalubrious resort on the Costa Brava—but of course, as a reader of The Paris Review, you know all about it.

But maybe you missed an installment. Maybe you left it on the beach. Maybe your sinister uncle stole a copy from your apartment.

Maybe you never subscribed at all.

Well, kids, you’re in luck.

Subscribe now* to The Paris Review, and receive all four installments—the entire Third Reich—plus three more issues to come. All for only $50.

That’s right: you’ll receive seven issues, 196 through 202, and catch up on our most popular installments to date.

Plus: interviews with Janet Malcolm, William Gibson, Nicholson Baker, and Jeffrey Eugenides; new work by Geoff Dyer, Jonathan Lethem, Frederick Seidel, and John Jeremiah Sullivan; and much more.

But don’t delay! This offer only lasts through February 7.

*Offer good for U.S. subscriptions only.


Help Us Support St. Mark’s!

October 6, 2011 | by

Yesterday, Lorin wrote about St. Mark’s Bookshop—“where the staff knows how to spread the word about good writing, face to face, hand to hand”—and the importance of keeping independent booksellers like this one alive.

We meant every word of it, and to prove it, we’re offering a special discount to St. Mark’s patrons. Beginning today, when you buy a copy of our fall issue at St. Mark’s, you’ll receive a coupon good for 25% off a one-year subscription to The Paris Review, starting with our next issue (it’s good for T-shirts, tote bags, and mugs, too).

It’s our way of saying thank you for supporting this beloved East Village institution!