Tin House: Summer Reading
Lydia Davis, Anthony Doerr, Win McCormack, Roddy Doyle, Lee Montgomery, Rob Spillman
Tin House Magazine, Jun 26, 2006 - Fiction - 217 pages
Tin House features over 200 pages of new, high quality literature on what each author is most passionate about — be it in the form of fiction, poetry, or essay — regardless of fashion or timeliness. Of the four issues published per year, this, the summer issue, is the only one unrestricted by theme. With its simple yet sharp design and engaging departments covering profiles, interviews, and food and drink writing, Tin House Magazine is fast becoming one of the most popular literary magazines available.
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