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Best-selling author, social and political satirist Christopher Buckley to speak at Vanderbilt University Oct. 19
Vanderbilt University News - Christopher Buckley, hailed as “the quintessential political novelist of his time” by Fortune magazine, will give a public lecture at Vanderbilt University Tuesday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.

Tickets for the event go on sale today. Buckley’s talk will be held in the ballroom of the Student Life Center located at 310 25th Ave. S. on Vanderbilt’s campus. Buckley will also sign books at the Vanderbilt Bookstore from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. The university’s Speakers Committee, a student-run organization, is sponsoring the event.

General public tickets will be available through Ticketmaster at 615-255-9600 or General admission tickets are $10. Tickets are
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Chicago Tribune

Officials: Porter County results may not be known until Nov. 16
Chicago Tribune
During a brief late afternoon court hearing, Bradford put a stop to a last-minute bid to stop the extended voting hours, filed by Portage attorneys Patrick McEuen and Christopher Buckley appearing for the Indiana Republican State Committee. Buckley ...

The Seattle Times

Christopher Buckley's 'The Judge Hunter': a hoot of a tale with some serious points to make
The Seattle Times
Christopher Buckley is one of the sharpest, most wickedly funny, big-hearted political satirists we've got. He is nominally a conservative — he formerly wrote speeches for then-Vice President George H.W. Bush and, not coincidentally, is the son of ...

Washington Post

The timely message in Christopher Buckley's historical novel
Washington Post
To call Christopher Buckley's “The Judge Hunter” civilized, light entertainment must sound almost damning just now. We live in an age of passionate intensity, when the ideal of moderation seems as dead as Aristotle, when everything must be ...

November is a great time to pick up a new book
MONTAGUE, Mich. - Now that the temperatures have dropped, it's the perfect time to pick up a new book. Adult Non-Fiction – Book Club Book: Red Notice by Bill Browder. THE BOOK THAT EXPLAINS WHY RUSSIANS WANTED TO MEET WITH THE TRUMP ...

New York Times

Finding the Funny in 17th-Century History
New York Times
Christopher Buckley writing historical fiction? The departure from type calls to mind an old graffito on the New York City subway: “Allen Ginsberg revises.” But it's true. After two decades of books like “Thank You for Smoking” and “They Eat Puppies ...

Chris Buckley's Colonial Chaos
The Weekly Standard
A little-known fact Christopher Buckley makes the most of: Peter Stuyvesant, the director-general who was overseeing New Netherland when it was lost to the British, liked exotic birds. Flickr user D Coetzee. May 4, 2018 at 1:11 AM. His latest novel is ...

New York Times

Mrs. No-Nonsense
New York Times
I met her in 1981, when I went to work for her husband as a speechwriter. I was a bit in awe of her — who wasn't? — and, I confess, a bit scared. A few weeks in, I wrote a speech that went over well, in no small part due to George H. W. Bush's solid ... WCSH-WLBZ

A humorist stumbles into something humorous WCSH-WLBZ
I was standing around on the stage of Vinegar Hill Music Theatre in Arundel, killing time while waiting to interview Christopher Buckley, the author of such sparkling satirical novels as “Thank You for Smoking” and “Supreme Courtship,” when I noticed a ...

New York Times

Mr. President, Your Toga Is Showing
New York Times
President Trump's assertion of his “genius,” athwart recent reporting that his inner circle describes him in somewhat different terms — “moron,” “idiot,” “like a child” — along with concerns about his mental health, awakened a dormant memory of a ...
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