Tin House :: NewPages Guide to Literary Magazines
About Tin House: A highly acclaimed quarterly literary journal based in Portland, Oregon, and New York City, and distributed throughout North America.
PO Box 10500
Portland, OR 97210
Phone: (503) 219-0622
Simultaneous Submissions: yes Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Payment: yes Contests: no Founded: 1998 Issues per year: 4 Distributors: PGW Copy Price: $12.95 Subscription (Ind): $29.90
Publisher’s Description: Tin House is a literary magazine based in Portland, Oregon and New York City. The journal was conceived in the summer of 1998 by Portland publisher Win McCormack. He envisioned a journal that would be graphically appealing and free of the stale substance found in many contemporary journals. With this in mind, he enlisted the help of two experienced New York editors, Rob Spillman and Elissa Schappell, which resulted in a magazine that contains the energies of both coasts.
Rather than simply being dedicated to either fiction or poetry, Tin House excels in both, and it also publishes interviews with important literary figures, a "Lost and Found" section dedicated to exceptional public domain and generally overlooked material, and drink recipes. It is also distinguished from many other notable literary magazines by actively seeking work from previously unpublished writers for its "New Voices" section.
Volume 15 Number 2: Featuring fiction from Steven Millhauser, Elisa Albert, Fiona Maazel, Alexander Maksik, Paul Willems, Jenny Offill, Chinelo Okparanto and an unfinished, unpublished story from Shelley Jackson with an introduction by Kelly Link. With poetry from: Kevin Young, Meghan O’Rourke, Kazim Ali, Britta Ameel, Joshua Bell, Mark Danielewski, Wong May and Dora Malach. Lost and Founds include: Robert Siegel on Snow Country by Yasunari Kawabata; Tobias Carroll on What’s Bred in the Bone by Robertson Davies; Gabrielle Gantz on Tove Jannson; Rachel Monroe on May Sarton’s The House by the Sea; Dani Shapiro on Elizabeth Hardwick’s “Sleepless Nights.”
Volume 15 Number 1: This “Wild” issue features Arthur Bradford’s “Turtleface,” Donald Ray Pollock’s “The Worm,” Ginger Strand’s “Company Town,” and fierece and feral poetry from Albert Goldbarth, Alice Fulton, and Olena Kalytiak Davis.
Volume 14 Number 4: This Summer Reading issue features Stephen King and Margaret Atwood, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s “Race, Hair, and Single Stories,” Jon Raymond’s “Plight of the Patriarch,” Robert Boswell’s “Lord of the Ring,” Liz Moore’s “Fathoms Summer Camp,” and a depth charge of poetry from Tom Sleigh, Sophie Cabot Black, and Alex Lemon.
last updated 12/02/2013