Deborah Snoonian Glenn
- Deborah Snoonian Glenn has been editing for over 20 years, and freelance writing since 2013.
- She has served as senior or executive editor at multiple print publications.
- Glenn's writing has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Dwell, Refinery29, CityLab, and more.
Deborah Snoonian Glenn is an editor and essayist living in Los Angeles. She held editing positions at Architectural Record and Plenty magazines. She was editor, producer, and media spokesperson for This Old House, for their television, magazine, and online channels. She's appeared on morning TV programs including the TODAY Show dozens of times.
She began publishing personal essays in 2013, describing Sunday dinners with her extended Armenian family (and the comfort of a cold Coke in a glass bottle), the struggle with changing her name when she got married (she decided to keep her Armenian surname, Snoonian, as a middle name), planting urban trees, and more.
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