The Paris Review No. 195
Jonathan Franzen on the art of fiction: “When I was younger, the main struggle was to be a 'good writer.' Now I more or less take my writing abilities for granted, although this doesn’t mean I always write well.” And Louise Erdrich on her heritage and being pigeonholed.
A novella by Péter Nádas, new fiction from Claire Vaye Watkins and Alexandra Kleeman.
A curated portfolio by David Salle featuring Amy Sillman and Tom McGrath.
Poems by Devin Johnston, Jim Moore, Maureen N. McLane, and more.
Plus, recollections and sketches by Saul Steinberg.