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Sunday, 24th October 2010

Literature: The Paris Review Now Provides Free Access to All of Its Author Interviews (1953-Present)

The Paris Review (www.theparisreview.org/interviews) has placed is complete archive of author interviews beginning in 1953 with "E. M. Forster, The Art of Fiction No. 1" through "Michel Houellebecq, The Art of Fiction No. 206."

The collection can be browsed by name or by decade.

A Few Examples:

+ "Ray Bradbury, The Art of Fiction No. 203"

+ "R. Crumb, The Art of Comics No. 1"

+ "Stephen King, The Art of Fiction No. 189"

+ "Hunter S. Thompson, The Art of Journalism No. 1"

+ "Tom Wolfe, The Art of Fiction No. 123"

+ "Kurt Vonnegut, The Art of Fiction No. 64"

"Arthur Miller, The Art of Theater No. 2"

+ "Ernest Hemingway, The Art of Fiction No. 21"

and Many More

Direct to The Paris Review Collection of Author Interviews

Sources: The Prague Post and NY Times


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