The Paris Review’s interviews have long featured single manuscript pages from among the subjects’ writings. They are meant to show the author at work, his or her method of self-editing, of revision—an illustrative supplement to the process described at length in the conversations. To me, though, they always exist first as instances of visual artistry.”

Read more from our managing editor Nicole Rudick on visual poetry.

  1. escarp reblogged this from theparisreview
  2. stillpointmagazine reblogged this from theparisreview
  3. sztucznasztuka reblogged this from birdonwing
  4. andmajesty reblogged this from theparisreview
  5. inspirationaljunkyard reblogged this from fantagraphics
  6. thegreatfahrenheit reblogged this from theparisreview
  7. bysunandcandlelight reblogged this from theparisreview
  8. talktheclown reblogged this from theparisreview
  9. crowtendr reblogged this from theparisreview
  10. cambridgewritersworkshop reblogged this from theparisreview
  11. itsspelledjon reblogged this from fantagraphics
  12. amandaearl reblogged this from fantagraphics
  13. ihavebeendreaming reblogged this from theparisreview and added:
    Breaking the rules.