I have never read the Paris Review. I actually had never heard of it until Berkley sent us an email about it yesterday.
Apparently the publication famously interviews writers on the process of writing. The Paris Review has now released a full set of those transcripts, preserving the likes of Hemingway, Heller and Huxley in the bits and bites of online ether.
Interesting content, to be sure. Ray Bradbury is a notable must-read.
Like TED.com, the Paris Review archives are best enjoyed with a lightly sweetened beverage and plenty of time.