The latest issue of "the biggest 'little magazine' in history" (Time magazine) is devoted to playwrights and the theater. Paris Review defines where the theater stands today. It includes interviews with three of the world's best writers for the stage, all Pulitzer Prize-winner, and showcases work from up-and-coming playwrights. Photos and illustrations throughout.
Richard Ford discusses the art of fiction and his pulitzer-prize winning novel, Independence Day
Amos Oz discusses the Arab-Israeli conflict. The desert and life on a Kibbutz
Bernard Cooper, Labyrinthine
Fiction Laurel Berger, her debut story, the storks Rhidian Brook, his American debut, a real disaster Robert Olen Butler, "help me find my spaceman lover" Patricia Eakins. The garden of fishes Richard Stern, Audit
Frank Bidart, Alfred Corn, Sharon Olds, Pattiann Rogers and others
Louise Bourgeois, Joy Kreves, Elena del Rivero, Cindy Workman