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We’re on hiatus while we spruce up for spring. See you in mid-May with a brand new website!

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Win a copy of SWIMMING LESSONS by Claire Fuller

Claire Fuller is on a creative roll: by the time we published Our Endless Numbered Days, she had finished writing Swimming Lessons—and now, just a month after Swimming Lessons hit the shelves, she’s completing her next novel. We asked Claire what she does to fuel her creativity and refresh her perspective, and here’s what she […]

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See You Next Year!

 

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The Very Best of 2016

We’ve all said it: 2016 is a year we’d mostly like to forget. But for all that was grim and all that we lost these past months, our faith remains steadfast in the ability of art not just to say what needs to be said, but to bring us back to our humanity and our […]

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On the Election

—Langston Hughes All of us at Tin House are enraged and saddened by the election. Now, more than ever, we believe in the power of story, in empathy, in inclusion, and that all voices have the right to be heard. Don’t give up hope. Fight back against racism, homophobia, isolationism, misogyny, Islamophobia, and the lie […]

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See You On The Other Side

We are off to drink away the pain of this campaign watch the results. See you tomorrow. We hope.

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The Drop

Ethan Feuer is an MFA candidate at the University of Virginia. Previously, he has worked as an architect in New York. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Electric Literature / Okey-Panky, SmokeLong Quarterly, and DIAGRAM. He is presently at work on a novel. On Twitter @hellofold.  

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Announcing the Fall Tin House Craft Intensives!

The Tin House Summer Workshop is known for its lectures: brilliant, practical craft talks that hone our writerly chops and make us hungry to work. In this same spirit, Tin House’s Brooklyn outpost is proud to offer Tin House Craft Intensives, a series of afternoon workshops focused on facets of craft and led by Tin House […]

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Announcing the 2016 Tin House Scholars

Now that we have said a tearful goodbye to our Portland summer campers, we wanted to take a moment to acknowledge those writers who were the recipients of a 2016 Tin House Scholarship. We could not be more excited by the pages they shared with us, as well as the work yet to come. So […]

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Summer Workshop

Dear Reader, We will be away at our summer writing camp all week, eating red vines and talking about craft. You can keep up with all of our antics by following  #thsw on our various social media channels. And for those of you lucky enough to be in or near Portland this week, please stop […]

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Some Lunch Poems

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2015 Tin House Scholars

  With the scholarship deadline for our 2016 Summer Workshop fast approaching, we thought it was the perfect moment to acknowledge (for the first time publicly) our 2015 Tin House Scholars, whose work continues to inspire us. Honored to have them be a part of the Tin House family. Jamel Brinkley is a Kimbilio Fellow, a […]

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Spring 2016 Tin House Craft Intensives

Come hone your craft and get inspired with our Tin House Craft Intensives in Brooklyn! Master the micro-essay with Ann Hood in Flash Essay.  Discover what you know about what you don’t know with Darcey Steinke in The Writer’s Journal. Plumb the depths of your writing’s mysteries with Alexandra Kleeman in The Unknown. And see […]

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Happy Holidays!

All the best, from our ski bunnies to yours. We’ll see you back on the Open Bar in the new year. –Eds.

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Best of 2015: Movies, TV, and the Rest

Now that our Best of 2015 list of nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and music is over, Tin House goes to the movies! By which we obviously mean “watches Netflix at home.” And also art galleries, rallies, and arcades. Look, there was only one day left in the week: Matthew Dickman: When you are hung-over-as-fuck the morning of […]

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Tryptophan Is Here to Stay

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Remembering Josh Goldfaden

This week, everyone at Tin House magazine and Tin House Books was extremely saddened to hear of the death of writer Josh Goldfaden, about fifty years too soon. Tin House Books published Josh’s story collection, Human Resources, in 2007, and I was lucky to be the editor who worked with Josh on those stories. I […]

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Halloween Gems

Yes, it’s that time of year again. Feeding candy to Goblins and Ghouls and Kardashians at your doorstep, altering your walk so your kid doesn’t have to see the tastelessly violent decorations in your neighbor’s yard,  trying to figure out how to make your Walt Whitman costume authentic but also kind of sexy, and indulging the fear centers […]

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TBT: The Tin House Theme Song

While in the process of cleaning out the Tin House garage, we uncovered a previously unreleased recording of Dick Cheeseburger and the Sliders From Mars a local musician’s attempt to create a Tin House “theme song.” Left on our porch with no note of explanation, the record was quickly discarded and thought lost to time. […]

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Remembering C.K. Williams

I first met Charlie Williams during a poetry festival at Sarah Lawrence College the summer my first book came out. I was there with my brother Michael and our poetry mentors Dorianne Laux and Joseph Millar. I was excited and nervous to meet this man who had written so many poems that seemed to, and […]

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New Fall Workshops in Brooklyn!

  Come join Tin House for a fresh batch of Craft Intensives in our Brooklyn office! The Tin House Craft Intensives are a series of Sunday afternoon classes focused on specific facets of craft, each led by a Tin House editor or writer. Less lecture and more laboratory, the Intensives combine close reading, discussion, and writing […]

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Submit to The Open Bar!

Like any good open bar, we’ve always seen the Tin House blog and the work it features as a great way to meet new people, forge new creative relationships, and encounter unfamiliar ideas. Be it fiction, nonfiction, comics, poetry, interviews, or reading recommendations, when you belly up to our bar, we want to put in […]

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The 2015 Summer Workshop: The Photos

Thanks to our ace photographer, Cheston Knapp, we were able to document some of the shenanigans that took place during our recent Summer Workshop. To take a full tour of our week at Reed, be sure to scroll through the entire 2015 Summer Album.

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James Tate, 1943-2015

We were disheartened yesterday to learn of the death of the writer James Tate.

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Wondering Who You Are: An Excerpt

The night before my husband’s cancer surgery, I stay up to watch him sleep.

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