The literary magazine The Paris Review began making history soon after its introduction 62 years ago.
Notable writers came to the public's attention, including Philip Roth, Jack Kerouac, and many more.
Editor Lorin Stein revamped the magazine when he took over five years ago, adding online elements and apps and more.
Now The Paris Review has published its first anthology book in 50 years, The Unprofessionals: New American Writing From The Paris Review.
Lorin Stein visits to talk about who and what made it into the book.