Deborah Eisenberg

author, 'All around Atlantis'

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American short-story writer

Deborah Eisenberg on KCRW

Again Deborah Eisenberg demonstrates herself as a masterful and electric writer, in her new collection of seven stories, Your Duck Is My Duck.

Deborah Eisenberg: Your Duck Is My Duck: Stories

Again Deborah Eisenberg demonstrates herself as a masterful and electric writer, in her new collection of seven stories, Your Duck Is My Duck.

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