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The Paris Review’s story began on a barge on the Seine in 1953. Though the Review has been based in New York since the Seventies, the excitement and the ambition of the magazine remain the same as in those early days: to promote the most exciting writers of the day and to support inquisitive readers the world over. In the past seven decades, an exceptional community has kept the magazine remarkable. We invite you to join this community.

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  • Invitations to exclusive Plimpton Circle and all membership level events
  • Quarterly Plimpton Circle communications
  • Limited release archival poster by Helen Frankenthaler
  • One-year subscription to TPR
  • TPR tote and cap
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  • TPR tote and cap
  • Invitations to members-only events
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Support a celebrated literary institution that has published …

Legendary conversations with: W.H. Auden, James Baldwin, Louise Erdrich, E. M. Forster, Ernest Hemingway, Marianne Moore, Toni Morrison, and Claudia Rankine

The earliest writings of: John Ashbery, Jamaica Kincaid, V. S. Naipaul, Adrienne Rich, and Philip Roth

Essays by: Hanif Abdurraqib, Tash Aw, CJ Hauser, Sabrina Orah Mark,  and Luc Sante

Poems by: Rae Armantrout, Frank Bidart, Jericho Brown, Lucille Clifton, Allen Ginsberg, Louise Glück, Morgan Parker, Brenda Shaughnessy, Danez Smith, Monica Youn

Stories by: Ann Beattie, Jamel Brinkley, Emma Cline, Fernanda Melchor, Lorrie Moore, Ottessa Moshfegh, Denis Johnson,  Zadie Smith, and David Foster Wallace

With questions, please contact donate@theparisreview.org. The Paris Review Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations of any amount support The Paris Review Foundation, furthering the work of the publication, in print and online.

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