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Tin House

Tin House
Founded 1998
Founder Win McCormack
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location Brooklyn, New York and Portland, Oregon
Distribution Publishers Group West
Publication types Magazines, Books
Official website .com.tinhousewww
Tin House Headquarters

Tin House is an American literary magazine and book publisher based in Portland, Oregon, and New York City. Portland publisher Win McCormack conceived the idea for Tin House magazine in the summer of 1998.[1] He enlisted Holly MacArthur as managing editor and developed the magazine with the help of two experienced New York editors, Rob Spillman and Elissa Schappell.[2]

In 2005, Tin House expanded into a book division, Tin House Books. They also run a by-admission-only summer writers' workshop held at Reed College.[3]

Contents

  • Tin House magazine 1
    • Staff 1.1
    • Writers whose work has appeared in Tin House 1.2
  • Tin House Books 2
    • Staff 2.1
    • Books published 2.2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Tin House magazine

Tin House
Editor-in-chief Win McCormack
Categories Literary magazine
Frequency Quarterly
First issue  1999 (1999-month)
Country United States
Based in Brooklyn, New York and Portland, Oregon
Language English
Website //magazine.com.tinhousewww
ISSN 1541-521X

Tin House publishes both fiction, essays, and poetry, as well as interviews with important literary figures, a "Lost and Found" section dedicated to exceptional and generally overlooked books, "Readable Feast" food writing features, and "Literary Pilgrimages," about visits to the homes of writing greats. It is also distinguished from many other notable literary magazines by actively seeking work from previously unpublished writers to features as "New Voices."[4]

Tin House is consistently honored by major American literary awards and anthologies, particularly for its fiction. A story from the Summer 2003 issue, "Breasts" by Stuart Dybek, was featured in The Best American Short Stories for 2004,[5] and in 2006, "Window" by Deborah Eisenberg was a "juror favorite" in The O. Henry Prize Stories.[6]

Staff

Writers whose work has appeared in Tin House

Tin House Books

Staff

  • Tony Perez: Editor
  • Meg Storey: Editor
  • Nanci McCloskey: Director of Publicity[7]

Books published

See also

References

  1. ^
  2. ^ McGrath, Charles. "Does the Paris Review Get a Second Act?" New York Times, February 6, 2005.
  3. ^ Greenfield, Beth. "Where Words Go to Work and Play". New York Times, May 4, 2007.
  4. ^ Cotts, Cynthia. "Tin Meisters." The Village Voice.
  5. ^ Moore, Lorrie (ed.), The Best American Short Stories 2004, Houghton Mifflin, 2004 http://www.amazon.com/Best-American-Short-Stories-2004/dp/0618197354
  6. ^ Furman, Laura. The O. Henry Prize Stories 2006. Anchor: May 2006.
  7. ^ a b Staff, Tin House.
  8. ^ See also List of short stories by Alice Munro
  9. ^ Tin House Catalog

External links

  • Tin House (official website)
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