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  • 08/04/17--11:54: The Journal of Jules Renard
  • From 1887 to a month before his death in 1910, French author and playwright Jules Renard composed an autobiographical masterpiece.  Celebrated abroad and cited as a principal influence by writers as various as Somerset Maugham, Susan Sontag, and Donald Barthelme, The Journal of Jules Renard has developed a cultish following.  Over the course of decades, Renard […]

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    The Möbius Strip Club of Grief is a collection of poems that weave in and out of a burlesque purgatory where the living pay—dearly, with both money and conscience—to watch the dead perform scandalous acts otherwise unseen: “$20 for five minutes. I’ll hold your hand in my own,” one ghost says. “I’ll tell you you were […]

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  • 08/17/17--16:34: Freebird
  • “Freebird is such a timely book. considering the current deep divisions between right and left. A new classic for the collapsing political landscape of America.” —Kim Gordon, author of Girl in a Band   The Singers, an all-American family in the California style, are about to lose everything. Anne is a bureaucrat in the Los Angeles Office […]

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  • 09/05/17--05:00: True Crime
  • We envisioned the theme of True Crime as a way to engage with our country’s voyeuristic obsession with rogues and outlaws, the Starkweathers marauding our badlands. Justin St. Germain, in his essay “Murder Tourism in Middle America,” returns to Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood and visits the Kansas village of Holcomb as a way to […]

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  • 09/11/17--11:26: The Adulterants
  • For readers of Roddy Doyle, Nick Hornby, and Mark Haddon, The Adulterants is a piercingly funny take on how hard it is to grow up and how hard it is when you don’t.  The Adulterants is narrated by Ray, a thirty-something freelance tech journalist living with his pregnant wife in North East London, staring down the barrel of […]

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  • 09/11/17--13:16: The Changeling
  • With a new introduction by Karen Russell, the 40th anniversary edition of The Changeling is a visionary fairy tale and a work of mythic genius by one of our best writers. Forty years later, The Changeling is no less haunting and no less visionary than the day it was published, but it has only become clearer that Joy Williams […]

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  • 09/12/17--00:05: Subscribe to Tin House
  • With fiction, poetry, and essays regularly appearing in the Best American, Pushcart Prize, and O. Henry anthologies, you’ll fall in love with every installment. Our favorite writers talk craft in our Interviews department and expand our reading lists in our Lost and Found section. Hungry? Thirsty? Our Readable Feasts and Blithe Spirits have you covered, […]

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  • 10/13/17--14:40: Who is Vera Kelly?
  • New York City, 1962. Vera Kelly is struggling to make rent and blend into the underground gay scene in Greenwich Village. She’s working night shifts at a radio station when her quick wits, sharp tongue, and technical skills get her noticed by a recruiter for the CIA. Next thing she knows she’s in Argentina, tasked […]

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  • 10/26/17--11:22: Junk
  • Building on IRL and Nature Poem, Tommy Pico’s Junk is a book-length break-up poem that explores the experience of loss and erasure, both personal and cultural. The third book in Tommy Pico’s Teebs trilogy, Junk is a breakup poem in couplets: ice floe and hot lava, a tribute to Janet Jackson and nacho cheese. In the static that follows the […]

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  • 11/16/17--13:14: The Seas
  • “The Seas took me back to how I felt as a kid, when you’re newly falling in love with literature, newly shocked by its capacity to cast a spell…”–Maggie Nelson (from the Introduction) Moored in a coastal fishing town set so far north that the highways only run south the unnamed narrator of The Seas is a misfit. She’s […]

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