↠ Tin House 62: Volume 16, Number 2; "Winter Reading" || ✓ PDF Read by ↠ Win McCormack Joy Williams Alejandro Zambra Ursula K. Le Guin Dean Bakopoulos Rebecca Makkai John Benditt Josh Weil


  • Title: Tin House 62: Volume 16, Number 2; "Winter Reading"
  • Author: Win McCormack Joy Williams Alejandro Zambra Ursula K. Le Guin Dean Bakopoulos Rebecca Makkai John Benditt Josh Weil
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Paperback

  • People don t notice whether it s winter or summer when they re happy Chekhov must ve been happy when he wrote that And why are we happy to keep pushing that boulder up the literary hill when we know that it is just going to roll back down and we re going to have to start all over again Because putting out issue after issue truly does make us happy We believe that gre People don t notice whether it s winter or summer when they re happy Chekhov must ve been happy when he wrote that And why are we happy to keep pushing that boulder up the literary hill when we know that it is just going to roll back down and we re going to have to start all over again Because putting out issue after issue truly does make us happy We believe that great writing is as essential to our well being as bread and wine and a roaring fire It is also an honor and a thrill A thrill to be surprised time and again, even from work that comes from beyond the grave Frank Stanford, the gritty Arkansas poet nicknamed the swamprat Rimbaud, died nearly forty years ago, but recently a cache of unpublished gems surfaced and we re delighted to share them with you Then there is the family of Tin House writers we ve long known and who never fail to dazzle us with their ability to show us the world anew In this issue Joy Williams channels the spiritualist Georges Gurdjieff visiting the Arizona childhood home of Susan Sontag and Ursula K Le Guin leads us into a brutally unforgiving desert in her parable The Jar of Water Any slings and arrows of outrageous submissions are worth it when you get to read new poetry from Dorothea Lasky and Richard Siken Throw another log on the fire and join us in forgetting whether it is winter or summer.
    Win McCormack Joy Williams Alejandro Zambra Ursula K. Le Guin Dean Bakopoulos Rebecca Makkai John Benditt Josh Weil
    Win McCormack is an American publisher and editor from Oregon.He is editor in chief of Tin House magazine and Tin House Books, the former publisher of Oregon Magazine, and founder and treasurer of MediAmerica, Inc He serves on the board of directors of the journal New Perspectives Quarterly His political and social writings have appeared in Oregon Humanities, Tin House, The Nation, The Oregonian, and Oregon Magazine McCormack s investigative coverage of the Rajneeshee movement was awarded a William Allen White Commendation from the University of Kansas and the City and Regional Magazine Association His latest book, You Don t Know Me A Citizen s Guide to Republican Family Values, examines the sex scandals of Republican politicians who espouse moral values As a political activist, McCormack served as Chair of the Oregon Steering Committee for Gary Hart s 1984 presidential campaign He is chair of the Democratic Party of Oregon s President s Council and a member of the Obama for President Oregon Finance Committee McCormack was also chosen as Alternate Delegate to the 2008 Democratic National Convention He currently serves on the Oregon Council for the Humanities and the Oregon Tourism Commission Additionally, McCormack sits on the Board of Overseers for Emerson College, and is a co founder of the Los Angeles based Liberty Hill Foundation


    Commentaires:

    Eric
    Fantastic edition. The John Koethe poems, "The Physical Eternal" and "Miss Heaton", are quite powerful. "Kissing", "The Waking", "Too Few To Mention", "In Any Light", "The Jar of Water", "The Point of Roughness" - all superb.

    gillianmarie
    A great issue my faves were:The Jar of Water - Ursula K. LeGuinThe Point of Roughness - Josh WeilIn Any Light, By Any Name - Alia Volz

    Daniel
    A great issue overall with an excellent story by Ursula Le Guin

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      Published :2018-08-11T04:31:37+00:00