The Paris Review is a literary journal that publishes fiction, poetry and short stories along with original artwork.

It is considered to be the cream of the crop of American literary journals - give their left leg to be published in. This journal is the 'zine to pick up to experience the writing of authors and poets before they hit their success points, allowing you to say (and actually mean it) that you "read them before they were famous."

The goal of the Paris Review is to give writers and other creative artists something to strive for; and for readers, the review is always an excellent read for a lazy evening with a strong cup of tea and some great background noise music or television.