The Paris Review Issue 236

The Paris Review Issue 236 features:

Allan Gurganus on the Art of Fiction: “Every writer must finally invent both a whole new-old landscape and the unique language needed to explore, explain it.”

Kwame Anthony Appiah on the Art of Nonfiction: “Literature is produced by writers, yes, but also by communities that shape them.”

Fiction by Peyton Burgess, Yohanca Delgado, and John Jeremiah Sullivan.Poetry by Forrest Gander, Tracie Morris, and Ocean Vuong.

A comic by Rosanna Bruno and Anne Carson.

An essay by Maxim Osipov.

A portfolio by Paige Jiyoung Moon.

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