The Review

The Paris Review No. 178

Stephen King on the art of fiction: “They did type me as a horror writer, but I have been able to do all sorts of things within that framework.”

Fall poetry folio featuring Billy Collins, Mary Karr, John Drury, and more.

New fiction by Mohsin Hamid: “I was the product of an American university; I was earning a lucrative American salary; I was infatuated with an American woman. So why did part of me desire to see America harmed?”

An encounter with the woman who was JT LeRoy.

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