Selected Shorts: New Fiction from The Paris Review, Read by Actors
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The last date listed for Selected Shorts: New Fiction from The Paris Review was Wednesday February 13, 2008 / 7:30pm.
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Editor Philip Gourevitch and Senior Editor Nathaniel Rich co-host a night of new voices from the pages of The Paris Review. For more than 50 years, The Paris Review has been the place to find the exciting new writers of the day. Philip Roth, V. S. Naipaul, T. C. Boyle, Ann Patchett, Edward P. Jones, Ha Jin and Rick Moody all made debuts in the pages of the Review. In the past three years, under its new leadership, the magazine has again given national exposure to an extraordinary range of masterful new voices in fiction—writers distinguished both by their originality and by their ability tell a truly memorable story. Among these new stars are the writers represented at this event: Karl Taro Greenfeld, Lisa Halliday and Daniel Kehlmann. Performers include Campbell Scott, Isaiah Sheffer and B. D. Wong.
This event is part of the series Selected Shorts: A Celebration of the Short Story.
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