noted Posted on Friday 24 September 2010 by dbv The Paris Review has evidently posted all of their interviews online in usable format: see, for example, Donald Barthelme, William Gaddis, Stanley Elkin, William Gass, Harry Mathews, Edmund White and Guy Davenport. Some surprises: Nathalie Sarraute in 1990, Julio Cortázar (1984), and the weird Henry Green interview with Terry Southern. Plenty of other interesting ones there, especially further back. Elif Batuman has a nice piece in the NYTimes magazine on Max Brod and the Kafka estate. I’m doing a future-of-the-book talk with Peter Stallybrass and Jim Hicks (editor of the Massachusetts Review) next Wednesday, the 29th of September at U-Mass Amherst. Info here; thanks to Luke Phelan for setting this up.