The New Yorker – Podcast. June 27, 2019. Here Krystal talks with Debor… This week in the magazine, Arthur Krystal looks at the porous boundaries between pulp, genre, and literary fiction. Deborah Treisman, the incredible fiction editor of the New Yorker, invites a New Yorker author to podcast every week. Previous article The Stinging Fly – Podcast. A monthly reading and conversation with the New Yorker fiction editor Deborah Treisman. Podcast Directory Categories Deborah Treisman reads and discusses “Good People,” by David Foster Wallace, which appeared in a 2007 issue of the magazine. Next article Thomas Kilroy (85): This Literary Life RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR. Pinterest. from Out Loud Podcast on Podchaser, aired Monday, 21st May 2012. 42 talking about this. A monthly reading and conversation with the New Yorker fiction editor Deborah Treisman.

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David Foster Wallace, who died in 2008, was the author of three short-story collections and three novels, including “Infinite Jest,” and “The Pale King,” which was published posthumously, in 2011, and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. The New Yorker fiction editor reads and discusses “Good People,” by David Foster Wallace, from a 2007 issue of the magazine. A monthly reading and conversation with The New Yorker’s fiction editor, Deborah Treisman… They read a story once published in the magazine and then discuss it.

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