The Paris Review Issue 228

The Paris Review No. 228, Spring 2019

Enjoy a colourful discussion between Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Garrett Caples on free speech, a deeply poetic essay by Sarah Manguso on her cancer treatment, and a portfolio of vases from Francesca DiMattio.

  • Feel
    Revived, replete
  • Aroma
    Ink, paper
  • Key ingredients
    Evie Shockley, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Sarah Manguso
Lawrence Ferlinghetti on his back porch on Wisconsin Street, San Francisco, with Allen Ginsberg, 1963. Courtesy of City Lights Archive.

Founded in a shared passion for the written word

  • How to useRead attentively from cover to cover; pairs well with a reviving herbal tea.
  • DosageConsume as desired, at least once.
  • Image credit: Lawrence Ferlinghetti on his back porch on Wisconsin Street, San Francisco, with Allen Ginsberg, 1963. Courtesy of City Lights Archive.

A meeting of like minds

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A meeting of like minds

We are honoured to partner with The Paris Review, which offers potent doses of artistry, sagacity, and wit for open and enquiring minds. This fine English-language literary quarterly is available online and at select Aesop doors around the globe.