January 19, 2016 Bulletin Give Your Valentine Our Special Box Set By The Paris Review Valentine’s Day is less than a month away. Started that love letter yet? You could be forgiven for putting it off: even Roland Barthes felt that “to try to write love is to confront the muck of language.” Luckily, The Paris Review’s archive is full of writers—more than sixty years’ worth—who have already gotten their hands dirty. That’s why we’re offering a special Valentine’s Day box set: it features two vintage issues from our archive (you choose from five), a T-shirt, and a copy of our new anthology, The Unprofessionals—all packaged in a handsome gift box, including a card featuring William Pène du Bois’s 1953 sketch of the Place de la Concorde. (You may have seen it on the title page of the quarterly.) Your significant other will also receive a one-year subscription, starting with our Winter issue. We’ve been given to know that this box set yields results. Just ask this satisfied customer: Last year @amicob sent me a @parisreview Valentine’s boxed set and we fell in love. True story. So buy one: https://t.co/TOshUrrdXq — Catherine Campbell (@TheCatCampbell) January 19, 2016 You can order your box set here—purchase your gift by February 8 to guarantee delivery before Valentine’s Day.