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Tin House Will Discontinue Print Magazine
By The Editors
Tin House magazine is closing its print magazine after 20 years of printing top quality poetry and prose.
The announcement came from the current editor-in-chief Win McCormack in an official statement in December:
"I’m grateful to Rob Spillman, Elissa Schappell, Holly MacArthur, and the entire magazine staff, current, and past, for their part in creating a vital, versatile outlet and hosting important literary and cultural conversations over the past twenty years. It has been a remarkable run."
The legendary staff behind one of the most well-respected literary magazines of all time will now focusing more on publishing books as well as hosting writing workshops. This decision was made to focus financial resources on helping more writers with their craft and to find new and diverse voices to support.
Their last issue will be the 20th anniversary issue out this June. While we’re sad this chapter in literature is closing, we’re loving what’s to come in the sequel! Thank you Tin House for all of the wonderful work you have published and we are ready for what will follow.
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