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Call for Submissions: Tin House Magazine: Class in America

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

By Chris Teja

Tin House Magazine, the magazine and book publishers that aim to publish the “compelling and authentic narratives of our time,” are currently accepting submissions on the subject of class in America for their upcoming Fall issue.

Specifically, they’re looking for submissions in the form of fiction, essays, and poetry on the subject that come from a unique perspective. Whether you’ve made the move from lower to upper class or vice versa, consider yourself classless, or are a recent immigrant from a country with a different attitude towards class…Tin House wants to hear from you. Submissions will be accepted until May 1 and should be no longer than ten-thousand words.

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4 responses

  1. blondesprite says:

    Wow, only ten thousand words?

    I have already out lined a biography, complete with Title, Prologue, and Epilogue, complete with original cover art, and containing, so far, cover art, thirty seven titled chapters on the subject of class in America.

    Help!

  2. blondesprite says:

    Oh c*ap. My previous comment was a mess!

    I suppose I got way too excited! Note to self: breathe deep and review comment before I click the “submit comment” button.

    *Deep sigh*

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