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EBSCO Snags Exclusive with The Paris Review

EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO; http://www.epnet.com) has announced an exclusive distribution deal with the literary journal, The Paris Review. EBSCO will be the only source for electronic access to the full text of The Paris Review. It will soon be available to libraries and other organizations via EBSCO's Humanities International Complete (HIC) database. The full text will begin with Volume 1, Issue 1 from 1953 and continue to the present day with ongoing coverage (i.e., no embargo).

Under the editorship of George Plimpton for its first 50 years, The Paris Review introduced many contemporary writers to their first readers—it published the earliest works of Philip Roth, V. S. Naipaul, Jack Kerouac, Ha Jin, Mona Simpson, and Jeffrey Eugenides. It is known for its carefully crafted interviews. The journal continues under the editorship of Philip Gourevitch, who was appointed in 2005 following Plimpton's death.

Available through the EBSCOhost platform, Humanities International Complete provides the full text of hundreds of journals, books, and other published sources from around the world. This database includes more than 2 million indexed records from more than 2,000 publications, as well as the full text from more than 700 titles.

Source: EBSCO Publishing



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