The Paris Review No. 219, Winter 2016
Claudia Rankine on the Art of Poetry: “I don’t trust the authenticity of any given moment by itself.” Alasdair Gray on the Art of Fiction: “I think social justice is necessary for everybody.”
New fiction by Tom Bissell, Amparo Dávila, Alexander Kluge, and Christine Lincoln.
Poems by Cyrus Console, Tadeusz Dąbrowski, Timothy Donnelly, Stephen Dunn, Tony Hoagland, Fanny Howe, Sarah Manguso, and Frederick Seidel.
A lost interview with Albert Murray and a portfolio of work by Alice Neel, curated by Hilton Als.