The Paris Review


 Paris Review App 2012, On the app you’ll find new issues, rare back issues, and archival collections, and the complete, long series of now-legendary author interviews, as well as the Paris Review Daily from their blog.

Many literary magazines are emerging from a solely paper-and-ink world to supplement their printed material with Web sites, blogs and Twitter feeds. Though there are few examples of ones that have successfully launched mobile applications. Until now, with the recently released app from the Paris Review -the outstanding quarterly literary magazine. Which some reviewers are saying is worth more, or worth as much, than any MFA education now on the market. It’s the iLiterature syllabus extraordinaire. Because the free app gives you access to an amazing assortment of the magazine’s storied interviews archive. The Review’s Writers at Work interview series offers authors a rare opportunity to discuss their life and art at length; they have responded with some of the most revealing self-portraits in literature. Among the interviewees are William Faulkner, Ezra Pound, Elizabeth Bishop, Woody Allen, W.H. Auden, Michel Houellebecq, and Joan Didion.


The Paris Review since inception (1950’s) has become one of the world’s leading outlets for emerging and established writers. A magazine that has spoken with most of our leading novelists, poets, and playwrights, with interviews that have come to be recognized as classic works of literature, an essential and definitive record of the writing life. They have won the coveted George Polk Award and have been a contender for the Pulitzer Prize.