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Final Issue of Tin House Set for June

The literary world will lose one of its prized citizens in June when Tin House, one of America’s premier literary journals, stops the presses after two decades serving readers and writers. Editors Win McCormack and Rob Spillman sent an e-mail to subscribers in mid-December, announcing the decision. “Twenty years feels like the right time to […]

Southern Cultures Refuses Boundaries and Borders

“You won’t find us…penning a single definition of the ‘South,’” claims Southern Cultures. “From Faulkner in Bulgaria to Lebanese in Mississippi, and from teaching Gone with the Wind in Vietnam to the international avant-garde at Black Mountain, we recognize that no border can contain our complex region.” This vision of the South as something larger […]