The Paris Review

Three young writers from issue No. 159 read from their work.



Salon Staff
November 2, 2001 2:00PM (UTC)

We invited several artists published in issue No. 159 of the Paris Review to record their work for Salon Audio. This is the first of two parts, featuring three young writers:

Wells Tower reads an excerpt from "Down Through the Valley." He is a student in the MFA program at Columbia University. This is his first published story. For text versions of the story, click here.

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Adam Kirsch's poems have appeared in Partisan Review and the Formalist. He reads "Arcadia" and "Balsam." For text versions of these poems, click here.

Miles Becker is an associate editor at Parnassus. He reads four poems, "Musil Sideways," "What Comes After," "The Author Explains An Old Photograph" and "Lied." For text versions of these poems, click here.

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