The Review

The Paris Review No. 80

“Maybe writing can’t be taught, but editing can be taught. Notions of the lousy can be taught”: Donald Barthelme on the Art of Fiction.

Elizabeth Bishop on childhood memory, sleeping in trees, and winning the Pulitzer Prize.

Betty Eppes takes a break from tennis columns to interview J. D. Salinger.

Stories by Reinaldo Arenas, Stephen Dixon, and Tama Janowitz. Poems by Reginald Gibbons, Heather McHugh, and Gerald Stern.

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