PARIS REVIEW EDITIONS
The Paris Review Editions first appeared between 1968 and 1970. Among the titles of that period were two National Book Award nominees: A State of Grace by Joy Williams and A by Louis Zukofsky. The Editions also published James Salter's classic, A Sport and a Pastime.
George A. Plimpton, the editor of the literary quarterly The Paris Review, and Bernard F. Conners, a former publisher of the magazine, reinstated the imprint in 1987. Among the titles published by British American Publishing under the imprint was Frog by Stephen Dixon, a finalist for the National Book Award and the PEN/Faulkner Award. Four of the titles were acclaimed as The New York Times "Most Notable Books of the Year."
Under its Paris Review Editions imprint, British American published quality fiction and nonfiction, guided by the same editorial principles that marked The Paris Review tradition. It published in book form the creative work of talented writers, along with nonfiction of literary quality.
BRITISH AMERICAN CLASSICS
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