The DNA of Literature

Pity (and praise) the poor intern or assistant whose job it is to put The Paris Review author interviews online. Then settle in for the fine experience of what TPR rather dramatically calls “The DNA of Literature,” a vast pdf archive of material stretching from the 1950s to the present, from Algren to Auster. Yet another nice feature of the TPR site – the Audio Index feature which allows you to hear work read by the author.