|Venue:||The LGBT Community Center|
|Address:||208 West 13th St
New York, NY 10011
Join Garth Greenwell, author of What Belongs to You, and Paul Lisicky, author of The Narrow Door, for a reading at the LGBT Community Center. The event is part of the Second Tuesday Lecture Series.
|Venue:||David Zwirner Gallery|
|Address:||533 West 19th Street
New York, NY 10011
Join us at David Zwirner Gallery for a pop-up bookstore as well as drinks, conversation, and performances. The event celebrates the new exibition People Who Work Here. Performances will be by Nickolaus Typaldos & Whitney Platt, Kyle Combs, and Bentley Anderson.
|Venue:||Aēsop Harvard Square|
|Address:||49 Brattle Street
Cambridge, MA 2138
Aēsop is delighted to host “Arts and Letters,” an exhibition of limited-edition prints commissioned by The Paris Review during the twentieth century. Extending over three months, the exhibition features works by Louise Bourgeois, Christo, Alex Katz, Sol LeWitt, Robert Motherwell, Aram Saroyan, and Andy Warhol.
In addition to the exhibition, a selection of archival issues of The Paris Review will be on offer to enjoy as part of a purpose-built library; they will be available for purchase, alongside other publications born from The Paris Review.
The exhibition will run from July 1–September 15.
|Venue:||Cipriani 42nd Street|
|Address:||110 E 42nd St
New York, NY 10017
The Spring Revel brings together Paris Review readers, supporters, and writers for an unforgettable evening of cocktails, dinner, conversation, and revelry. We also pay tribute to writers at different stages of their careers with the Hadada Award, The Plimpton Prize for Fiction, and The Terry Southern Prize for Humor.
All proceeds from the Revel go directly toward The Paris Review Foundation, a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization established in 2000 to support the work of the magazine and to ensure its future. Continuing the magazine’s mission of promoting the literary arts, the foundation strives to increase The Paris Review’s readership and to provide a permanent venue for the presentation of new and important creative work. In addition to helping publish the magazine, the foundation also supports the publication of the website www.theparisreview.org.
For inquiries, please call (212) 343-1333.