To celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of The Paris Review, Charlie Rose interviewed several of the many famous writers who have published in the little magazine. The half-hour segment is well worth a watch. Writers featured include John Jeremiah Sullivan (Scott Moringiello has written about Sullivan here; I've written about him here) and James Salter (whose new novel, All That Is, I'll be reviewing in a future column).
Anthony Domestico is Chair of the Literature Department at Purchase College, and a frequent contributor to Commonweal. His book Poetry and Theology in the Modernist Period is available from Johns Hopkins University Press.