Tin House Magazine: Rejection: Vol. 16, No. 3

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Tin House Magazine
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224
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6.9 X 8.9 X 0.6 inches | 0.9 pounds
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English
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Paperback
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9780991258239

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About the Author
Win McCormack and Holly MacArthur both live in Portland, OR. Rob Spillman lives in Brooklyn, NY. Michelle Wildgen is the author of the novels "Bread and Butter" (Doubleday, Feb. 11, 2014), "You re Not You" (Picador) and "But Not For Long" (Picador). She lives in Madison, WI.
Featuring previously unpublished work by ERNEST HEMINGWAY and ANTON CHEKHOV.
Featuring fiction by: Paul Beatty, Eric Puchner, Nancy Reisman, Chris Kraus, Peter Orner, Claire Vaye Watkins, Liz Ziemska, Jessamine Chan, and ANTON CHEKHOV.
Nonfiction by: Leslie Jamison, James Patterson, Mitchell Jackson, Debra Gwartney, Ann Hodgman, Mary Ruefle, and ERNEST HEMINGWAY.
An interview with Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky by John Biguinet.
Poetry by: Charles Simic, Yusef Komunyakaa, Gretchen Marquette, David Rivard, Rachel Jamison Webster, and Melissa Broder.
Lost & Founds by: Todd Seabrook, Ryan Chang, Robin Wasserman, Siyanda Mohutsiwa, and Emma Komlos-Hrobsky."
Reviews
""Tin House" is an invaluable repository of fine American writing and American fiction, presented in a crisp and entertaining visual format." -- Stephen King
"When you crave fiction that's crafted with daring and passion and precision, when you get that pit-of-the-stomach hunger for a knockout story, "Tin House" is the only place to turn. -- Adam Johnson
""Tin House" magazine is a port in the storm for people who love language. It is unfailingly excellent, and committed to publishing new voices in addition to delivering freaky-fresh work from established writers." -- Karen Russell

"Tin House" is an invaluable repository of fine American writing and American fiction, presented in a crisp and entertaining visual format. Stephen King
When you crave fiction that s crafted with daring and passion and precision, when you get that pit-of-the-stomach hunger for a knockout story, "Tin House" is the only place to turn. Adam Johnson
"Tin House" magazine is a port in the storm for people who love language. It is unfailingly excellent, and committed to publishing new voices in addition to delivering freaky-fresh work from established writers. Karen Russell
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