Christopher Buckley | Criticism

This literature criticism consists of approximately 8 pages of analysis & critique of Christopher Buckley.
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SOURCE: Buckley, Christopher, and Chris Goodrich. “Christopher Buckley.” Publishers Weekly 238, no. 5 (25 January 1991): 38-9.

In the following interview, Buckley discusses his writing career, his body of work, and his future projects.

Christopher Buckley has just returned from a two-week sailing voyage across the Atlantic—Canary Islands to Barbados—when he meets with PW [Publishers Weekly] at his office in the Forbes building in Manhattan. The experience shows: in his tanned face and bleaching-to-blond hair, of course, but also on Buckley's desk, piled high with mail and manuscripts awaiting his attention as editor of FYI, a new quarterly “life-style” magazine sent free to Forbes magazine subscribers. Clearly, much work awaits, but Buckley wears the prospect lightly, partly because of the holiday season—also on his desk is a bottle of Veuve Clicquot champagne and a scattering of gingerbread cookies—and partly because … well, he's a Buckley, and consequently seems fazed...

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This section contains 1,988 words
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Buy the Interview by Christopher Buckley and Chris Goodrich
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