PAST EVENT An Evening at the Theater with 'The Paris Review'
Paris Review editor Emily Nemens, hosted a live table read of an excerpt from a new play by Kirk Lynn. The First Line of Dante’s ‘Inferno’ which was performed online by actors Ramiz Monsef, Kellie Overbey, and Cristina (Cha) Ramos.
PAST EVENT: Eat Your Words: Virtual Wine Tasting with Valerie Stivers and Hank Zona
Join Valerie Stivers, author of the Daily’s Eat Your Words column, for a virtual wine tasting with expert Hank Zona, live on the Paris Review’s Instagram account. Each month they toast one of Valerie's column with an accompanying wine tasting.
Valerie Stivers is a home cook and columnist for The Paris Review Daily, with a long career as a journalist and editor. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Believer, Food52, Time Out New York, Elle, Food & Wine, Travel + Leisure, and many fine publications and websites that no longer exist. She is currently working on a novel. Follow her on Twitter @valerie_reads.
Hank Zona is a New York–area wine educator, events professional, and, first and foremost, a fan and consumer of wine. He speaks, writes, and consults on the subject of wine and spirits, and the broad range of topics related to it. He has been on TV, radio, and video. He can easily be found on social media under his business’s name, The Grapes Unwrapped. There he hopes to reinforce the theme that wine is fun, social, connective, and personal.
PAST EVENT: Fall Issue Launch: Readings from Issue no. 234
The Paris Review’s editor, Emily Nemens, hosted a launch of the Fall issue, featuring several contributors to no. 234. The program included readings of work from the issue and conversations with several contributors.
The Paris Review’s editor, Emily Nemens, hosted a tour through the Summer issue, featuring several contributors to no. 233. The program included readings of work from the issue and a conversation about translation.
Past Event: Kelli Jo Ford in conversation with Emily Nemens
To celebrate the launch of Crooked Hallelujah, the debut novel from 2019 Plimpton Prize winner Kelli Jo Ford, The Paris Review partnered with Fort Greene’s beloved Greenlight Bookstore to bring editor Emily Nemens in conversation with Ford about the novel and her process.