Tin House is now reading for the Fall, 2014 issue, with a theme of Tribes. They are looking for fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and interviews that address the issue of tribalism. They are interested in, but not limited to: The creation of ad-hoc families and communities; Tribes formed via class, race, and geography, or via art, music, and sport; Life after exclusion from a tribe; Tribalism and conflict in the Middle East, Africa, India, Russia, China, etc…; Post-Colonial tribes; Virtual tribes. They are looking for global perspectives through the personal lens. On stands September 1, 2014. Deadline is April 15.
They are also reading for our open, non-themed Summer, 2014 issue. On stands June 1, 2014. Deadline is January 15.
Tin House does accept simultaneous submissions. In the event that the work is accepted for publication elsewhere, please do us the courtesy of informing us immediately.
Only previously unpublished works will be considered for publication.
Cover letters should include a word count and indicate whether the submission is fiction, nonfiction, or poetry.
Manuscripts transmitted via fax or e-mail will not be accepted for consideration.
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Submissions can be mailed to Tin House, PO Box 10500, Portland, OR 97210. Please enclose an SASE (include an IRC with international submissions), or we cannot guarantee a response or the return of your work.
Questions not addressed on this page may be directed to Thomas Ross, Editorial Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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