Special Guest: Bill Buford


Saturday, January 25, 2003

Kurt Andersen and writer Bill Buford talk about the seduction and dangers of watching.

Bill Buford writes for The New Yorker and was the Fiction Editor of the magazine for eight years. Before that he was the editor of the literary quarterly Granta. He’s now working on three different non-fiction books, including one called Spying on My Neighbors.


Bill Buford

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