ANNOUNCING: Tweed’s Magazine

December 13th, 2013 § 0 comments

From the minds that brought you


now comes an exciting new venture in literary magazines:


After five amazing issues that took The Coffin Factory from newbies to playas overnight–seriously, the ground these guys have covered, it’s like they were wearing seven-league boots–the Coffin folks are changing the name of their estimable publication and relaunching it as Tweed’s magazine of literature & art. The goal: to embrace a larger audience of readers, writers, and artists.

I mean, The Coffin Factory featured: Noam Chomsky, John Banville, T.C. Boyle, Joyce Carol Oates, Aimee Bender, Lydia Davis, Bonnie Nadzam, Charles Simic, Roberto Bolaño, José Saramago, Jorge Luis Borges, Enrique Vila-Matas, Andrés Neuman, Jean Ferry, László Krasznahorkai, César Aira, Bernard Quiriny, Milan Kundera, Rabindranath Tagore, Maurice Pons, Edith Grossman, Natasha Wimmer, Katherine Silver, Margaret Jull Costa, Linda Asher… and that’s just the writers. Don’t get me started on the artists!

All this without any corporate backers or funding fairy godmothers!

But now they need your help. Tweed’s is running an Indiegogo fundraising campaign to help launch the new magazine and are asking for your support with this independent artistic project.

Please visit  our Indiegogo page  to learn more about Tweed’s and  why we’re making the switch. And while you’re there, browse our irresistible selection of perks, including book bundles from our favorite publishers, autographed copies of magazines by contributors, signed books, tote bags, flasks, notebooks, and more.
Who’s already in Tweed’s? Edwidge Danticat, John Freeman, and Sjón will be in the first issue, which we plan to release to bookstores nationwide in March, once the Indiegogo campaign has concluded. 

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