The Paris Review

Announcing the New Editor of The Paris Review

The board of The Paris Review Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Emily Nemens as editor of The Paris Review. She will be the seventh editor in the sixty-five-year history of The Paris Review.

An editor, writer, and illustrator, Ms. Nemens, thirty-four, has been coeditor of since 2013. Shehave won two Pushcart and two O. Henry Prizes; three were selected for inclusion in 2018’s

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