About

This blog is written to build conversation around meaningful subject matter expressed in The Paris Review, whether it be from articles, stories, blog posts, or critiques.

We no longer exist in the early modern world of the 1920s, where literary achievement was a method of fashioning culture and expatriates provided artistic fuel for the American dream. Founded in 1953, The Paris Review serves as a bridge leading back to the great writers of the past, built with words written by the great writers of today.

In an attempt to bring this literary movement to the audience of the digital age, I have created The Paris Review Blog: a review of the review for “the good writers and good poets, the non-drumbeaters and non-axe-grinders. So long as they’re good.”

– About the Author-

Courtney Caggiano holds a BA degree in English Literature from The University of Central Florida. She is a contributing writer for Darling Magazine, Orlando Style Magazine, and Tampa Style Magazine.

6 comments

  1. Hi Courtney, thanks for visiting and following my blog. Neat idea for your blog. Hopefully it catches on and readers of The Paris Review make their way over here for some lively discussion.

  2. I look forward to reading your material Courtney!

  3. Excellent mission statement closing:
    “In an attempt to bring this literary movement to the audience of the digital age, I have created The Paris Review Blog: a review of the review for “the good writers and good poets, the non-drumbeaters and non-axe-grinders. So long as they’re good.””

  4. I just found your Paris Review Blog, and after a quick skim about, I enjoy very much what I find here! I shall return often. I like your style! 🙂

  5. rachelxsarah · · Reply

    I am curious to explore your blog, and see what posts are to come. This seems like such a wonderful space.

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