Best of Tin House Stories

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$18.95  $17.62
Publisher
Tin House Books
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Pages
445
Dimensions
5.54 X 1.01 X 8.44 inches | 1.16 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780977312719
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About the Author
Dorothy Allison, Steve Almond, Aimee Bender, Pinckney Benedict, David Benioff, Amy Bloom, Robert Olen Butler, Deborah Eisenberg, Ryan Harty, Howard Hunt, Frances Hwang, Denis Johnson, Marshall N. Klimasewiski, Ellen Litman, Howard Luxenberg, Martha McPhee, Steven Millhauser, Lucia Nevai, Mark Jude Poirier, Natasha Radojcic, Stacey Richter, James Salter, Jim Shepard, Anthony Swofford, Julia Slavin, Elizabeth Tallent, Amanda Eyre Ward, Jung H. Yun
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"Tin House shows with this stunning collection that it has many rooms, all of them astonishing, full of the best writers in the country. To see what is going on right inside the front door of American letters, open this book." -RonCarlson, author of "A Kind of Flying""You find in Tin House what you hope to find in life. People who give the best of themselves in poems and stories and essays, who offer great conversation in the form of interviews, and who even set the table with recipes for food and drink. Around that table, you hear voices new and old, fresh and forgotten, lionized and overlooked. At dinner once, Frank Conroy raised his glass and offered this toast: If we feel the pain so acutely, why not the pleasure? A Tin House anthology is the glass raised, the guests honored, and a celebration for writer and reader alike." -Charles D'Ambrosio, author of "The Dead Fish Museum""Like many people, and most writers I know, I read every issue of Tin House, from cover to cover, for three reasons. One: Because it makes me believe that we still live in a world in which people care about writing, language, literature, and art. Two: Because there is nothing else like it. And three: Because it's so consistently smart, surprising, and so amazingly good." -Francine Prose, author of "A Changed Man""