Christopher Buckley talked about his new book, Wry Martinis, published by Random House. It is a collection of essays on various people and topics previously published in the New Yorker and elsewhere. Mr. Buckley also talked about his writing career which included two years as a speechwriter for President George H.W. Bush. close
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