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My Brain Hurts

The cover of the new Tin House Magazine (#63,Vol. 16, No. 3) is spot on to illustrate the volume’s theme: Rejection. The editors at Tin House describe it this way: 457 more words

Reading

Mark Your Calendar

On April 8,2015 a new website aimed at bibliophiles will be launched. Literary Hub, founded by Grove Atlantic, City Lights, PEN, Tattered Cover, Tin House, Europa Editions, and more than 60 other publishers, booksellers, and literary magazines, aims to be the Huffington Post of the literary world. 23 more words

Books

Big Sur: Day 5

It is my last full day in Big Sur before I have to drive up north to San Francisco tomorrow and be faced with reality and civilization. 845 more words

Big Sur

Response - Where Will You Go When...

Reading: Where Will You Go When Your Skin Cannot Contain You? by William Gay

Impressions: What a dark, gritty, graphic piece! It does not start out gently. 141 more words

Reading Responses

Budd & Leni

Bruce Handy | Tin House | March 2013 | 26 minutes (6,452 words)

They were fleeting and unlikely collaborators, for lack of a better word. He was a son of Jewish Hollywood royalty, she a Nazi fellow traveler and propagandist, though they had a few things in common, too: both were talented filmmakers, both produced enduring work, and both would spend the second halves of their lives explaining or denying past moral compromises. 6,789 more words

Longreads

A Charles D'Ambrosio Reading List

Recently, we published “This is Living,” an exclusive excerpt from Charles D’Ambrosio’s most recent essay collection, Loitering: New & Collected Essays (Tin House). Because we just can’t get enough D’Ambrosio, here’s a reading list featuring interviews old and new, another essay featured in… 358 more words

Reading List

My Year in Review: 2014

Best Idea I had in public, where people could hear it: the Amtrak Residency.

Best Semester Away: I spent the spring semester in Austin, TX, as the visiting writer at the UT Austin English Department, teaching in the MFA program there and eating some very fine food–and teaching some exceptional students. 539 more words

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