Work / Writing

The Paris Review

Founded for “the good writers and good poets, the non-drumbeaters and non-axe grinders” back in 1953, the Paris Review is still going to this day. As a literary magazine it has a well deserved reputation for not only championing emerging writers, but also commissioning fascinating interviews with a vast array of writers. Their website archives a staggering number of these interviews. It is quite possibly one of my favourite things on the internet.