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Writers on the Writing Process: The Paris Review Interviews

By November 8, 2010

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Good news for readers and writers. The complete run of "Writers at Work"--over 300 thoughtful conversations with some of the greatest authors of our time--is now available, subscription free, at The Paris Review Interviews.

Since 1953, The Paris Review magazine has hosted this legendary series of interviews, where novelists, poets, biographers, and essayists offer their insights into the creative process and the craft of writing. As a reviewer once said, "Anyone who has written, or is trying to write, will want to read 'Writers at Work.'"

To whet your appetite for the complete collection, here are ten excerpts from The Paris Review interviews.

To read the complete article, go to Writers at Work: The Paris Review Interviews.

Image: The Paris Review, Fall 2010


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