The Paris Review No. 104 Fall 1987
An Art of Fiction interview with Peter Taylor.
“Not five minutes into our first conversation he brought us round to the matter. ‘I always thought old age would be a writer’s best chance . . . Now, my memory’s gone, all the old fluency’s disappeared. I don’t write a single sentence without saying to myself, It’s a lie!’”: Lawrence Shainberg on Samuel Beckett.
Stories by William Kittredge and James Lasdun. Poems by Philip Levine, Federico Garcia Lorca, and Charles Wright.