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Tin House 34 (Winter 2007): The Dead of Winter

by Joshua Ferris, Win McCormack

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A beautifully designed periodical, Tin House features the best writers of today alongside a new generation of talent who are poised to become the most important voices of the future. This issue further cements the magazine’s reputation as one of the country’s leading literary journals. It features new fiction from Joshua Ferris, the author of the smash-hit novel Then We Came to the End; a tour de force essay on William Trevor by PEN/Hemingway winner Yiyun Li; and new poetry from Pulitzer Prize-finalist Bruce Smith. Also included are regular features like short stories, profiles, author interviews, poetry, essays, and Tin House favorites such as “Lost and Found,” reviews of overlooked or underrated books; and “Blithe Spirits” and “Readable Feast,” which present tales and recipes for drinks and food in a delightfully literary fashion.

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