Nothing in the last two years has taught me more about storytelling, fiction, and great reading habits than the Art of Fiction series by The Paris Review. I read around two dozen of them before I decided to work systematically from number one until the end. You can just click here to jump ahead to the complete list of over 230 Art of Fiction interviews.
Huzzah for lists.
Especially Paris Review Art of Fiction lists!
Unfortunately, The Paris Review currently classifies their Art of Fiction interviews only by name of interviewee and date of interview. They don’t do them by category with separate tags for “The Art of Fiction” and “The Art of Poetry” and so on (or if they do, it’s pretty hard to find).
I love lists, so once I grew tired of Googling every single Art of Fiction interview in numerical order, I decided to knock out over 230 Art of Fiction interview google searches to make the full list.
Why not share the fruits of my labor with you fine folk?
If you’ve stumbled upon this post and happen to be on staff at The Paris Review, I want to say “thanks” for the new mobile functionality of your articles – it makes reading much more enjoyable than the old pinch-to-zoom stuff.
:: The Art of Fiction Megalist ::