The Paris Review No. 235

Inside The Paris Review No. 235:

Edward Hirsch on the Art of Poetry: “Writing is a bit like psychoanalysis. You’re supposed to go where it’s psychically troubling.”

Suzan-Lori Parks on the Art of Theater: “All writing, for me, is a relationship. I don’t feel like I can do whatever I want with whomever I want. It’s call-and-response.”

Plays by David Adjmi, Kirk Lynn, and Claudia Rankine.

Fiction by György Dragomán, Jack Livings, and Dantiel W. Moniz.

Poetry by Rae Armantrout, Rita Dove, and Natalie Shapero.

An essay by Melissa Febos.

A portfolio by Erin O’Keefe.


 

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