The Paris Review is launching a new series of video interviews with authors about their work.
Since its first issue in 1953, the Paris Review has interviewed authors about the craft of writing. These long interviews, in question-and-answer format, appear in the magazine. Subjects have including William Faulkner (in 1956), Jorge Luis Borges (in 1967), Anne Sexton (in 1971),
The video series builds on that tradition without replicating it. Called "My First Time," it features interviews with authors about their first ... books.
I know, it's a bit of a tease.
In the preview, MacArthur "genius" fellow
This series is created for the Paris Review by filmmakers Tom Bean, Casey Brooks and Luke Poling.