The Paris Review No. 199
The final installment from Roberto Bolaño's The Third Reich, with new illustrations by Leanne Shapton.
Jeffrey Eugenides on the art of fiction: “Every novelist should possess a hermaphroditic imagination.” And Alan Hollinghurst: “I was rather a goody-goody as a child… It was only later on I discovered that you could be naughty and get away with it.”
New fiction from Adam Wilson, Clarice Lispector, and Paul Murray, and the English-language debut of Valérie Mréjen. A portfolio of women by women, curated by Charlotte Strick.
Poems by David Wagoner, Jonathan Galassi, Dorothea Lasky, Ange Mlinko, Gottfried Benn, and Rowan Ricardo Phillips.