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Cooking and Stealing: The Tin House Nonfiction Reader
Cooking and Stealing: The Tin House Nonfiction Reader by Tin House 1582344868 9781582344867
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Cooking and Stealing: The Tin House Nonfiction Reader by Tin House

Edited by the same team responsible for 2003s popular Tin House fiction anthology Bestial Noise, this selection of dazzling nonfiction encapsulates everything readers love about Tin House: the magazines lively intelligence, wide-ranging curiosity, and sense of fun. Here is the best of the first twenty issues, including Jeffrey Eugenides on living above a Nazi bunker in Berlin, Jo Ann Beard on the life and death of one of Jack Kevorkians last patients, Russell Banks on adapting novels to the screen, and Czeslaw Milosz on fellow poet Joseph Brodsky. Celebrating both Tin Houses themed issues (Sex, Hollywood, Music, Lies) and the magazines various regular departments-Readable Feasts, Pilgrimages, Lost and Found books-Cooking and Stealing gathers remarkable essays on diverse subjects from some of todays most compelling writers, confirming why the Village Voice has declared: Tin House may very well represent the future of literary magazines.

Author: Tin House

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 320

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA

Publication Date: 2004-09-20

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ISBN: 1582344868

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