The Paris Review No. 233, Summer 2020

The Paris Review No. 233, Summer 2020

A new issue of the esteemed periodical, with a particular focus on poetry in translation. New short fiction by Jamel Brinkley and Bud Smith; an essay by Sarah Manguso; and an Art of Translation interview with Margaret Jull Costa.

  • Feel
    Satiated, stimulated
  • Aroma
    Ink, paper
  • Key ingredients
    Allen Ginsberg, Ottessa Moshfegh, Miraji
Francesca Colussi, Yours Truly (front), 2018, hand embroidery on vintage postcard.

A shared passion

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  • Image credit:Francesca Colussi, Yours Truly  (front), 2018, hand embroidery on vintage postcard.

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.

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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.