Paris Review

"As an editor at Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Lorin Stein brought about masterpieces from Jonathan Franzen and Denis Johnson, and helped introduce the English-speaking world to Roberto BolaƱo. Since taking over the top chair at The Paris Review in April 2010, he has tastefully refurbished the house that Plimpton built and brought some much-needed glitz back to the literary world. On a recent evening at his TriBeCa office, martini and Marlboro in hard, Stein gave us some instruction on nostalgia, heroes and the importance of style."

Interview at Park & Bond

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