Paris Review

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"Since its founding in 1953, The Paris Review has been America’s preeminent literary quarterly, dedicated to discovering and publishing the best new voices in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. The magazine introduced readers to the earliest writings of Jack Kerouac, Philip Roth, T. C. Boyle, V. S. Naipaul, Ha Jin, Jay McInerney, and Mona Simpson, and published numerous now-classic works, including Roth’s Goodbye, Columbus, Donald Barthelme’s Alice, Jim Carroll’s Basketball Diaries, and selections from Samuel Beckett’s Molloy (his first publication in English). The first chapter of Jeffrey Eugenides’s The Virgin Suicides appeared in the Review’s pages, as well as stories by David Foster Wallace, Jim Crace, Lorrie Moore, Denis Johnson, Edward P. Jones, Rick Moody, Ann Patchett, Jim Shepard, and Jeanette Winterson."

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Thank you for submitting your manuscript. We regret that we are unable to publish it, but we appreciate your interest in The Paris Review. Yours sincerely, The Editors

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Thank you for submitting your manuscript. We regret that we are unable to publish it, but we like your work and would like to see more of it. We appreciate your interest in The Paris Review. Yours sincerely, The Editors
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