Thomas Beller

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Thomas Beller (born May 23, 1965) is an American author and editor.


Born and raised in New York, Beller has remained a resident of his native city, which often features in his stories. He is the son of documentary filmmaker Hava Kohav Beller. After attending Saint Ann's in Brooklyn, NY, he received his BA from Vassar College, and his MFA from the respected Columbia University Writing Program. Thomas Beller lives with his wife and child in New York City and New Orleans, LA where he teaches at Tulane University.


While still studying for his MFA, The New Yorker published Beller's short story "A Different Kind of Imperfection", which was chosen for the Best American Short Stories volume of 1992. Since, his work has appeared in such publications as The New York Times, ELLE, Spin, Vogue, Slate, and The Village Voice. He spent a year as a staff writer at The New Yorker, and later worked for The Cambodia Daily newspaper, where he remains a contributing editor. He is a contributing editor to Travel+Leisure Magazine.

Beller has penned three volumes. The first, Seduction Theory, a collection of short stories, was published in 1995. The Sleep-Over Artist, Beller's first novel, was a Los Angeles Times Best Book of 2000, and a New York Times Notable Book. His third book, How to Be a Man: Scenes from a Protracted Boyhood, is a series of autobiographical essays.

He co-founded the tri-annual literary magazine Open City in 1990, which...
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