Indispensable: The Paris Review interviews!

paris review cover 1The Paris Review interviews are without question one of the greatest resources available to aspiring writers. Beginning in the 1950’s, The Paris Review began interviewing creative writers of all kinds — mostly poets, fiction writers, playwrights — about their work and their writing processes. There’s so much here, and so much inspiration and validation and inside perspective. The interviews are sortable by decade or by name, so you can venture in any way you like and sit down to a conversation with Faulkner, Eliot, Hemingway, Forster, Dinesen, Parker, Bellow, Borges, de Beauvoir, Kerouac, Lowell, Didion, Drabble, Sexton, Welty, Vonnegut, Ashbery, Bishop, Garcia Marquez, Fox, Carson, Munro, Eisenberg, Franzen, Eugenides…they’re all here, under a bright light, and they’re all talking.