The Paris Review’s seventieth-anniversary issue, no. 243 features:
Mary Gaitskill on the Art of Fiction: “I don’t think anyone consciously develops a voice.”
Rita Dove on the Art of Poetry: “I believe that if you’re a poet and there is something you are passionate about, regardless of what it is, it will nourish the poetry.”
Olga Tokarczuk on the Art of Fiction: “To get going, I need a strong cup of tea and a game of solitaire—it’s like running a comb through my brain.”
Prose by Rivers Solomon, Elisa Gonzalez, Elaine Feeney, Daniel Mason, and Marie NDiaye.
Poetry by Tracy Fuad, Michael Bazzett, Kyra Wilder, D. S. Marriott, Dobby Gibson, Uche Nduka, Joyce Mansour, Nam Le, and Malachi Black.
Art by Henry Taylor and Tabboo!.
Cover by Peter Doig.
The Paris Review is a quarterly English language literary magazine.