Literary fiction publication: The Paris Review
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|What:||The Paris Review, a quarterly literary journal|
|When:||1953 to present|
|How:||Takes donations and has a store; U.S. subscriptions start at $49 a year|
|$:||Duotrope says: “Professional payment (5 or more U.S. cents per word)”|
|Typefaces:||Garamond Premier Pro, Georgia, Cambria, Times New Roman, Times, serif; elsewhere: Proxima Nova Condensed, Helvetica Neue, Helvetica, Roboto, Arial, sans-serif|
|Words per page:||?|
Looking at their website, it seems they don’t include author bios, let alone author photos, on the same page as a short story. They don’t even appear to link to a contributors page or anything. That’s wonderful. No wonder the site feels so quiet and bookish.
The “Art of Fiction” series is great. Just black text on a white background—the interviewee is allowed to set the tone.
- “Brief Interview #20” (or whatever you want to call it), by David Foster Wallace (1997)
- “Claim,” by Glen Pourciau
- “Why Don’t You Dance?”, by Raymond Carver