Synopses & Reviews
Venerable at 35 and justly venerated for its unequalled mix of fiction, poetry, interview and essay, the remains the single most important little magazine this country has produced. A glimpse through the table of contents of this new compendium will demonstrate why; the editors have launched a thousand careers and consistently published the best work of some of the best writers of our time. --T. Coraghessan Boyle
A selection of representative fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from the Anthology from 1953 to present.
About the Author
George Plimpton was an American journalist, actor, editor, and writer. Well-known for helping to found The Paris Review and for his sports writing, Plimpton died from natural causes in 2003.