About

The Paris Review is the quintessential literary magazine, showcasing exceptional fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction. The prestigious quarterly has published the likes of Samuel Beckett, Jack Kerouac, and Italo Calvino, as well as interviews with William Faulkner, Vladimir Nabokov, and Joan Didion. The Paris Review was established in Paris in 1953, and moved to New York twenty years later.

Poetry Sought

Original poetry and translations of exceptional quality.

Quick Facts

  • Pays cash
  • Simultaneous submissions OK
  • Highly competitive market

How to submit to The Paris Review

To get published in The Paris Review:

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The Paris Review accepts submissions through:

  • Postal mail

More About The Paris Review

Pays at least $35 and acquires all rights.

Established 1953.

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