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Vanity Fair Book Columnist Elissa Schappell Bidding Mag a 'Fond Farewell'

Vanity Fair book columnist and contributing editor Elissa Schappell is leaving the magazine after more than two decades in order to focus on her own writing. 296 more words

Vanity Fair

The Great Wall of Rejections

They just don’t want what I’m selling.

They being the myriad of literary magazines I have sent my work to countless times, from to Tin House to subTerrain to Carve. 233 more words

Freelance Writing

"On Pandering" - Claire Vaye Watkins

The stunning truth is that I am asking, deep down, as I write, What would Philip Roth think of this? What would Jonathan Franzen think of this?

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Published: Lost & Found: Noh Anothai on Karl Adolph Gjellerup | Tin House

Source: Lost & Found: Noh Anothai on Karl Adolph Gjellerup | Tin House

could be that few in the Western world have heard of Danish-born novelist and playwright Karl Adolph Gjellerup, much less his “legendary romance” 

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2015 VIDA Count Reveals Progress on Gender, an Early Reckoning on Intersectionality

For six years now, VIDA: Women in Literary Arts has been “counting” gender bylines at literary and intellectual publications and watching progress either stall out or creep forward on the way to parity. 665 more words


Short story: "Around the Corner"

“Around the Corner,” by Peter Mountford

Appeared here (as a nonfiction essay) in the Tin House blog’s Flash Fidelity feature, May 12th, 2015

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Twenty-first Century

ABA Book of the Year Award Finalist

I’m so delighted and flattered to announce that Our Endless Numbered Days is a finalist in the ABA (American Booksellers Association) 2016 Indies Choice Book Awards. 134 more words

Our Endless Numbered Days