A tiny bit more about Brigid Hughes and the Paris Review

Newsweek has a short interview with the new editor of the Paris Review, Brigid Hughes. It contains little we haven’t heard already, although their new anthology sounds interesting:

It is called “The Paris Review Book for Planes, Trains, Elevators and Waiting Rooms.” As I hope the title suggests, it’s fiction and poetry organized according to length—the idea being that if you happen to be in an elevator with a book, you can open up to the elevator chapter and find a short poem that will take you 30 seconds to read while you go up to the 20th floor. Or if you’re in the waiting room, we have a novella for you to read while you sit and wait.

(Via Publishers Lunch.)


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