The Paris Review has a Podcast

The Paris Review has it’s very own podcast, which will officially launch on November 8, 2017. If you visit The Paris Review’s website right now, you can listen to a short trailer episode titled “Coming soon: The Paris Review Podcast”.

The world’s most legendary literary magazine invites you on an audio odyssey through fiction, archival tape, interviews, and late nights with the likes of James Baldwin, Dorothy Parker, and the cutting edge writers of our time. Featuring readings from LeVar Burton, Stockard Channing, Jesse Eisenberg, Marc Maron, Eileen Myles, David Sedaris, Dick Cavett, Dakota Johnson, and more!

The Paris Review is a venerated literary magazine, which introduced the world to famous writers like Jack Kerouac, Philip Roth, and more. The Paris Review Podcast is a brand new Stitcher podcast, with ads available exclusively through Midroll.

The podcast is hosted by The Paris Review editor, Lorin Stein, and Brendan Francis Newman, who is known for his hosting duties of The Dinner Party Download. Midroll points out that The Paris Review has over 910,000 Twitter followers, and one million monthly pageviews. It is obviously popular, and, in my opinion, podcasts that originate from a source that already has a lot of popularity tend to attract a large audience.