While its celebrated editor George Plimpton, the noted author, critic, and one-time Detroit Lion is no longer with us, the Paris Review continues to delight and stimulate readers around the world. Recently, the Review received a substantial grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to place all of their "Writer at Work" interviews online so that anyone around the world can read them at their leisure. The project is well on its way, and visitors with a literary bent (or those who hope to acquire such a bent), can look over the fruits of their labor on this site. Titled "The DNA of Literature", the collection can be viewed by decade, or alphabetically. Some of those authors interviewed include Nelson Algren, T. S. Eliot, Robert Lowell, Conraid Aiken, Saul Bellow, and the poet Marianne Moore. The site is quite a wonder, and will no doubt warrant several visits.


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