The Review

The Paris Review No. 184

Kazuo Ishiguro on the art of fiction: “I write quite mundane prose. I think where I'm good is between drafts.”

In a recently discovered interview, Leonard Michaels talks about his typewriter: “It was given to me by my first wife. She also once threw it at my head. To help you write, she cried.”

New fiction from J. David Stevens and Tim Winton, and a debut story from Ryan McIlvain.

Spring poetry featuring Dan Chiasson, Katie Ford, and Tomaž Šalamun.

Collages by Louis Armstrong and photographs by Lena Herzog, plus a memoir from Mark Dow.

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