The Paris Review No. 64 Winter 1975
“Dylan Thomas and Yeats—I’m not saying they’re bad poets, but I do think they’re bad influences, especially on a young writer”: An interview with Kingsley Amis.
P. G. Wodehouse on his ninetieth birthday, the passing of Jack Kerouac, and his fondness for spats.
Stories by Tom Disch and Diane Vreuls. Poems by Kate Braverman and Jane Kenyon.