The Paris Review No. 16 Spring-Summer 1957
Truman Capote on recognizing a good story, overcoming a snake’s nest of no’s, and barracuda ethics.
“It was like going back to the age of twelve, going fishing and all that”: Robert Penn Warren on early attempts at fiction, southern writers, and American history.
A story by Junichiro Tanizaki. Poems by Donald Justice and Philip Levine.