This morning we made an exciting discovery: beneath a plaster bust of George Plimpton and a dog-eared copy of our short-lived magazine for children, we found a box of limited-edition dead-stock Paris Review T-shirts. Being nothing if not business-minded, we knew we had to get these on the market ASAP.—that’s why we’re giving them away.
Starting today, if you preorder a copy of our upcoming anthology The Unprofessionals for $15.99, we’ll throw in a Paris Review T-shirt free of charge. The shirts are available in men’s sizes small and medium and women’s sizes medium and large. But don’t dally: supplies are limited. (We really do have just one box.)
The Unprofessionals, out this November, is a new anthology featuring thirty-one stories, poems, and essays by Ben Lerner, Ottessa Moshfegh, Zadie Smith, John Jeremiah Sullivan, Rowan Ricardo Phillips, Angela Flournoy, and more. Leslie Jamison calls it “electric”: “I got to encounter voices I already loved and fall in love with writers I’d never read, got to realize this would be the day I’d always remember as the day I read them first.”
Order now! (You can specify your size on the order page. This offer is for U.S. addresses only.)