Tin House Magazine is a beautifully designed periodical featuring
the best writers of our time alongside a new generation of talent
who are poised to become the most important voices of the future.
The Fall 2009 issue has a theme of "Hope and Fear," and
Tin House has put together a collection of fiction, nonfiction, and
poetry that addresses the global tipping point--economically,
culturally, and environmentally. Always searching for singular
voices, the editors of this issue were particularly interested in
are personal visions, either optimistic or pessimistic. Content
includes short stories, profiles, author interviews, essays, and
reviews of overlooked or underrated books and "Blithe
Spirits" and "Readable Feast," which present tales
and recipes for drinks and food in a literary way.