The Biggest Little Magazine in History

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.

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