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Flash fiction story: "Regarding Lichen"

“Regarding Lichen,” by Isaac Yuen

Appeared in Tin House‘s Flash Fridays feature, October 13th, 2017

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The form (and title) make me think of… 42 more words

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Flash fiction story: "Christmas Alligator"

“Christmas Alligator,” by Reiser Perkins

Appeared in Tin House‘s Flash Friday, September 22nd, 2017

995 words

This is neat.

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Short story: "Hungarian Sprats"

“Hungarian Sprats,” by Camilla Grudova

Appeared in Tin House, October 4th, 2017

1640 words

I like the outrageously long list towards the end.

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get away and write

On the cusp of autumn it’s none too soon to consider your winter getaway and Tin House Winter Workshops should be high on your list of options. 39 more words

Poetry

True Crime

VOLUME 19, Number 1: True Crime

The town claimed to be shocked by the arrests, but most confided that they’d always known Penny Misko would end up doing something like this.

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Reading

Have Gin, Will Travel

At Tin House, Alexander Chee reflects on his affinity for gin and how over the years, in various permutations alongside vermouth in cocktails like martinis and negronis, it has more than kept him company, becoming “almost a travel companion.” 276 more words

Nonfiction

From Dorothea Lasky:

I don’t pity you
You big hot thing
I don’t feel pity for your arms
Which could hold me for a thousand hours

And you are careless, and ceaseless…

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Quotes