The Paris Review? There's An App For That!
The Paris Review, the heralded, quarterly literary magazine established in 1953, is finally available in app form for your iPad and iPhone.
According to Gizmodo, content will be available from both current and back issues. Individual issues will cost $9.99 each, or you can pay $29.99 for an annual, four-issue subscription. The app will make the Paris Review Daily, the mag's blog, available for free.
More, from The Paris Review:
And if you download the app by October 21, you’ll receive the current issue, along with an archival issue—Spring 1958, featuring an interview with Ernest Hemingway, early fiction by Philip Roth, and a portfolio by Alberto Giacometti—for free!
To current print subscribers: stay tuned! Soon you’ll be granted digital access to any issue covered by your print subscription.
They report that they're also working on an Android app.
The Paris Review was established by Harold L. Humes, Peter Matthiessen, and George Plimpton, and has published the likes of Jack Kerouac, Philip Roth, Italo Calvino and Samuel Beckett. The magazine's highly-regarded "Writers at Work" series includes interviews with Ernest Hemingway, Truman Capote, Joan Didion, T. S. Eliot, Ralph Ellison, William Faulkner and Vladimir Nabokov, among others.
Anyone inspired to pick up the app?
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