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Listen: Deborah Eisenberg on AARP.org (Duration: 23:25)
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Deborah Eisenberg on AARP.org

In awarding her one of their distinguished “Genius Grants”, the MacArthur Foundation called Deborah Eisenberg’s stories “exquisitely distilled” and said they present “an unusually distinctive portrait of contemporary American life.” One of the best known and successful short-story writers of our time, Deborah Eisenberg joins host Mike Cuthbert on the occasion of the publication of a new compilation of her work: “The Collected Stories of Deborah Eisenberg.”

Duration: 23:25
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Deborah Eisenberg talks with Leonard Lopate on WNYC

Deborah Eisenberg, discusses her writing career and her latest book, The Collected Stories, which brings together in one volume her story collections. Audio courtesy of The Leonard Lopate Show - http://www.wnyc.org/shows/lopate/

Duration: 17:20
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Recipient of a 2009 MacArthur Fellowship, Deborah Eisenberg was recently recognized by Ben Marcus, writing in The New York Times, as one of the most important fiction writers now at work. She has been publishing spare and elegant prose to national acclaim since the 1980s, with many of her stories appearing in The New Yorker. Winner of the Rea Award for the Short Story, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and three O. Henry Awards, Eisenberg's latest work is her 1,000-page Collected Stories.

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