One hundred interviews that summarize –in 2,800 pages– 60 years of literary journalism by the historic head The Paris Review. For eight years Cliff Editorial has selected and translated one hundred dialogues between journalists and writers, writers, playwrights, poets and screenwriters. This hundred long conversations explore the craft of writing but also a multitude of topics of great human value. They were published in the magazine between 1953 and 2012 and include authors such as Hemingway, Borges, Kerouac, Cortázar or Javier Marías. The anthology produced by Acantilado includes only 16 writers.
The unclassifiable Susan Sontag through 800 pages of selfishness, drugs, glamor and genius