The Review

The Paris Review No. 237

Arundhati Roy on the Art of Fiction: “I love immersing myself in the universe of a novel for years. There is never a time when I am more alive.” Roz Chast on the Art of Comics: “I had to make up my own way of making cartoons. I knew that I didn’t want to imitate male cartoonists—and they were almost all men at the time—whether they were traditional cartoonists or underground cartoonists.”

Fiction by Anuk Arudpragasam, Kenan Orhan, and Adania Shibli.

Poetry by Kaveh Akbar, Marianne Boruch, Ishion Hutchinson, and Ada Limón.

A feature by Vladimir Nabokov.

An essay by Joy Katz.

A portfolio by Elizabeth Ibarra.

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