Tin House: Summer 2010 (Tin House)
After the tragic events in Anlong Veng, there was a sixteen-year abscence before the radical particle physics performance troupe Kirkenensferda staged another marionette bevegelse (literally 'puppet movement'), this time in the besieged city of Sarajevo, Bosnia. There had been some speculation during intervening years that the group had actually disbanded; two of the five core members had been killed in Cambodia, and historian Brusa Tofte-Jebsen went so far to propose, in a 1990 Hi
Of the ones included in this issue I highly recommend the following:
Snow White, Rose Red by Lydia Millet
Stray Dogs by Rawi Hage
Tales of the Unknown vol XIV: The White Glove (which was by far my favorite)
The Color of Salt by Henry Alcalay is worth reading as well.
This issue also included an interview with Etgar Keret that was very interesting.
He is editor-in-chief of Tin House magazine and Tin House Books, the former publisher of Oregon Magazine, and founder and treasurer of MediAmerica, Inc. He serves on the board of directors of the journal New Perspectives Quarterly. His political and social writings have appeared in Oregon Humanities, Tin House, The Nation, The Oregonian ...more