The Paris Review #242

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In this issue:

N. Scott Momaday on the Art of Poetry: There are all kinds of things that I remember. I wish I could live them again.

Colm Tóibín on the Art of Fiction: The thing about writing novels is that it must be a form of self-suppression. You don’t matter. The page is not a mirror.

Prose by Avigayl Sharp, Addie E. Citchens, Lucas Hnath, Mieko Kanai, Sophie Madeline Dess, Kate Riley, Tom Drury and Isabella Hammad. 

Poetry by Cynthia Cruz, William IX of Aquitaine, Luis Alberto de Cuenca, Peter Mishler, Hannah Emerson, Eliot Weinberger, Timmy Straw, Oksana Maksymchuk, Victoria Chang and C.S. Giscombe. 

Art by Lily van der Stokker and Mary Manning.

Cover by Uman. 

The Paris Review is a quarterly English language literary magazine.