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About the Author: Rob Spillman

Rob Spillman is Editor and co founder of Tin House, a sixteen year old bi coastal Brooklyn, New York and Portland, Oregon literary magazine He is the 2015 recipient of the PEN Nora Magid Award for Editing as well as the 2015 VIDO Award from VIDA Tin House is the recipient of the 2015 Firecracker Award for General Excellence and has been honored in Best American Stories, Best American Essays, B


10 thoughts on “Tin House #71

  1. says:

    The Rehab title like the accompanying description is somewhat misleading only two or three of the pieces contained here actually deal with rehab in the conventional sense that s not a bad thing, just worth noting As usual I struggled to find the point of certain stories, essays, and poems, but others stood out as exceptionally insightful or just plain good J P Gritton s Wyoming, and Jenn Shapland s Illness at Metaphor for instance An interesting read for anybody who h...

  2. says:

    I got into this issue than any others in a while, though perhaps just for the emotional impact Maybe the theme had subjects likely to move me, but the pieces certainly did whether or not that s the case I think it s a pretty heavy issue at least.

  3. says:

    This issue had some creative explorations of the theme of rehab It was surprisingly not drug focused, which is good, as it may have really dragged this down with a lot of samey content Highlights include Leslie Jamison s Confessions of an Unredeemed Fan , an essay about Amy Winehouse and how her addiction informed aspects of her own life The First Wife by Aimee Bender, a gripping, lyrical retelling of Bluebeard Methods by Meehan Crist, an essay about the personality changes in the author s mother after a concussion.Karen Manguso s Karaoke , an essay about what the title implies.Rita Bullwinkel s Decor about a woman at a high end furniture store and her strange relationship wi...

  4. says:

    I like the theme and diversity of this issue, and that everyone who reviews it seems to have different favorites Personally I loved Rita Bullwinkel s bizarre, troubling, and totally great story Decor, about a woman who works in a high end furniture store as a kind of piece of living furniture and receives mail from a convict who wants fabric samples Jenn Shapland s essay Illness Is Metaphor was a standout too partly because it s full of weird facts about health seeking consumptives of the late 19th and early 20th century, but also because it describes in some detail what it s like to be undiagnosable, to live with an unnamed chronic illness, and to redefine the very ideas of health and wellness to yourself.Amy Bloom s essay Car Wash of the Dead articulates an idea that I ve been struggling to ...

  5. says:

    Bit of a mixed bag The Rehab theme is pretty loose, enough to where I hardly ever summoned it to mind when reading most of these pieces I love Leslie Jamison, but I ve somehow overdosed on Amy Winehouse writing, lately, and hers didn t offer anything new I liked Alyssa Knickerbocker s idea to write about motherhood and writing and X Men There are two terrifying and haunting essays on brain injuries from...

  6. says:

    As always, a great group of voices, great format, and great perspectives.

  7. says:

    I was fully expecting to be disappointed by this particular edition, since rehab as a theme didn t particularly interest me But dang, was I wrong This was a lot of fun to read Lots of interesting, varied stories and, indeed, does not focus just on rehab in the literal, drug alcohol sense.

  8. says:

    worth the price of admission for the Jennifer Tseng story Odd and lovely and moving.

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