Film, Video Michael Buckley: 2010 National Book Festival

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Michael Buckley: 2010 National Book Festival
Author Michael Buckley appears at the 2010 National Book Festival.
Event Date
September 25, 2010
-  Michael Buckley's Grimm future began at birth in Akron, Ohio. He attended Ohio University, where he worked on the school newspaper, hosted his own live television talk show and formed a comedy troupe. After graduating with honors he moved to New York City to find his fortune, but instead found work as a pasta maker, hamburger flipper, personal assistant, stand-up comic and even a singer in a punk rock band. Eventually he found work in television production and in his 10-year career he has developed programming for MTV, MTV Animation, Discovery Networks and Klasky Csupo (producers of Nickelodeon's Rugrats), focusing heavily on children's programming. The Sisters Grimm series is Michael's first venture into the world of children's book writing. He has just published "The Sisters Grimm Book Eight: The Inside Story" and "N.E.R.D.S. Book Two: M is for Mama's Boy" (both from Abrams Books for Young Readers). Buckley lives in New York.
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Running Time
30 minutes, 57 seconds
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online text

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