The Paris Review has launched an open-access project, The DNA of Literature. From the web site: ‘The Paris Review has interviewed almost 300 authors whose work has defined the literary landscape of latter half of the twentieth century. From its first interview with E.M. Forster, the Writers at Work series has, in the words of The New York Times, “set the standard for literary interrogation.” Now the Paris Review Foundation proposes to make this vast archival resource –what has felicitously been referred to as the DNA of Literature– available online, for free, to anyone who visits the Paris Review website.’ The first installmenet was put online yesterday. (Thanks to Michal Cohen.)
(Via Open Access News.)
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