Editor Win McCormack started Tin House in 1999 as an antidote to "those stuffy, staid literary magazines that go down like cough medicine.” His gamble has paid off handsomely — Tin House is now ranked alongside such magazines as McSweeney’s and The Paris Review as one of the most important contemporary literary venues. Noted also for its high-style design, Tin House features the best writers on the scene, along with a new generation of talent the editors believe will become significant writers of the future. Equally engaged with pop culture and high art, the Tin House: Graphic Issue expands the magazine’s mission by exploring the ways in which visual art and text interact — or collide. Incorporating original art, stories, and interviews, this issue highlights the work of the most provocative graphic novelists, political cartoonists, artists, and writers today.
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