The Paris Review No. 192 Spring 2010
An interview with John McPhee:
“There are zillions of ideas out there—they stream by like neutrons.”
Ray Bradbury on the art of fiction.
A memoir of a boyhood in a Siberian criminal community.
Poetry from Charles Simic, Linda Pastan, and Deborah Landau.
New stories by Karl Taro Greenfeld, J. Robert Lennon, and new writer Belle Boggs.
Plus William Dalrymple encounters a warrior monk; photographs by G. M. B. Akash and Adrian Clarke; and more.