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Deborah Treisman

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Deborah Treisman is a contributor and fiction editor at the New Yorker.

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The Dream Colony: A Life in Art is a posthumous memoir that captures the dazzling verbal gifts of Los Angeles art curator Walter Hopps.

Deborah Treisman: The Dream Colony

The Dream Colony: A Life in Art is a posthumous memoir that captures the dazzling verbal gifts of Los Angeles art curator Walter Hopps.

from Bookworm

David Remnick and Deborah Treisman, editor and fiction editor, take us through the fiction at the New Yorker and how it has changed over the years.

David Remnick and Deborah Treisman on fiction in the New Yorker

David Remnick and Deborah Treisman, editor and fiction editor, take us through the fiction at the New Yorker and how it has changed over the years.

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