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Date 03-05-12
The VIDA count is out. Happy to note that our numbers match with our core aesthetic, which is to publish the best writing possible, no matter the race, gender, or sexuality of the author. An obvious creed, but one that we take very seriously. 

Christopher Beha, On Faith And Its Discontents--with Terry Gross on NPR! 

Tin House Poetry Editor, Matthew Dickman,  has a fantastic poem "Montpelier" in the recent New Yorker.

Jim Krusoe's Parsifal shortlisted for the Believer Book Award! 

Agaat shortlisted for the St. Francis Award! 

No One shortlisted for the French American Prize!

The Listeners chosen for Powell’s Indiespensible! 

Bright Before Us chosen for Powell’s Indiespensible! 

American Dream Machine is chosen for the Rumpus Bookclub!

Wire to Wire is named a Michigan Notable Book!

The Listeners is an Oregon Book Award nominee!

Glaciers is an Oregon Book Award nominee! 

Glaciers chosen for World Book Night! 

River House is an Oregon Book Award nominee!

Tin House represented in The Best American Short Stories! Guest editor Tom Perrotta has selected "Volcano," by Lawrence Osborne and "Beautiful Monsters," by Eric Puchner for inclusion in the 2012 anthology. Bravo, Lawrence and Eric!

PLOTTO on NPR’s All Things Considered! Paul Collins discussed PLOTTO and all its uses on All Things Considered. You can listen here. Benjamen Walker and Paul Collins also talked Plotto on a recent installment of Too Much Information. Their conversation is here.

Moby-Dick in Pictures continues to make a splash! Matt Kish’s graphic novel was the number one pick on Oprah.com’s list of “11 Books You Never Thought You'd Read (but Will Fall in Love with Instantly).” It was also selected for the TED e-book club and featured in the San Francisco Chronicle’s Style section.