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Bill Buford Links:

    -CONTRIBUTOR: Bill Buford (The New Yorker)
    -CONTRIBUTOR: Bill Buford (Granta)
    -AUTHOR PAGE: Bill Buford (Random House)
    -WIKIPEDIA: Bill Buford
    -GOOGLE BOOK: Heat by Bill Buford
    -GOOGLE BOOK: Among the Thugs by Bill Buford
    -GOOGLE BOOK: The Body by Bill Buford
    -ESSAY: TV Dinners: The rise of food television. (Bill Buford , 10/02/06, The New Yorker)
    -ESSAY: The Taming of the Chef: Can Gordon Ramsay make it here? (Bill Buford , 4/02/07, The New Yorker)
    -ESSAY: Red, White, and Bleu: What do we eat when we eat meat? (Bill Buford , 12/03/07, The New Yorker)
    -ESSAY: CARNAL KNOWLEDGE: How I became a Tuscan butcher. (Bill Buford, 5/01/06, The New Yorker)
    -ESSAY: The Secret of Excess: How a life became cooking (Bill Buford , 8/12/2002, The New Yorker)
    -AUDIO ESSAY: Hooked on the Most Important Food Writer Alive (Bill Buford, August 10, 2006, All Things Considered)
    -ESSAY: Martha Gellhorn Remembere (Bill Buford, February 22, 1998 , LA Times)
    -ESSAY: The End of the English Novel (Bill Buford, 1980, Granta 3: The End of the English Novel)
    -INTERVIEW: Ryszard Kapuscinski (interviewed by Bill Buford, 1987, Granta)
    -INTERVIEW: Heat (Bill Thompson, Eye on Books)
    -AUDIO INTERVIEW: Calls of the Wild: This week in the magazine, Bill Buford writes about wild turkeys and the naturalists who communicate with them. Here, Buford talks to Matt Dellinger about talking to turkeys—and eating them. (Matt Dellinger November 20, 2006, The New Yorker)
    -INTERVIEW: Bill Buford talks about ''Heat'': The writer shares his experiences while working on his new book (Karen Valby, Entertainment Weekly)
    -INTERVIEW: Interview with "Heat" author Bill Bufor (Owen Berkowitz, Restaurant Insider)
    -AUDIO INTERVIEW: with Bill Buford (MPR, 8/27/07)
    -AUDIO INTERVIEW: Bill Buford & Simon Kuiper (Dick Gordon, 6/06/02, The Connection)
    -AUDIO INTERVIEW: Bill Buford Reads from His Kitchen Memoir, 'Heat' (Linda Kulman, NPR: Book Tour)
    -INTERVIEW ARCHIVES: Bill Buford (Charlie Rose Show
    -INTERVIEW: Mob Mentality (This American Life)
    -PROFILE: A Kitchen Story and Oysters: Why I love food writer Bill Buford (Annie B. Copps, Yankee Magazine)
    -CHAT: Bill Buford: Author, "Heat" (Tuesday, June 20, 2006, Washington Post)
-ESSAY: From student rag to literary riches: Launched in 1979 under the inspired 'lunacy' of Bill Buford, Granta magazine became the home of vital new writing and launched the careers of some of our greatest novelists. As it celebrates its 100th issue, we ask editors past and present how a tiny Cambridge journal rose to conquer the literary world (Simon Garfield, 12/30/07, The Observer)
    -ARCHIVES: Bill Buford (The New Yorker)
-REVIEW: of Among the Thugs By Bill Buford (CHRISTOPHER LEHMANN-HAUPT, NY Times)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Daniel Pipes, Orbis)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Steve Wilson, ESPN SoccerNet)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Katherine Knorr, International Herald Tribune)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Christopher Redman, TIME)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Elliot Vanskike, Sports Jones)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Wikipedia)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Crime Time: The Hive: Modesto Bee)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Brian Phillips, The Run of Play)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Mike Tischer, University of New South Wales)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Matthew Braine, Goal)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (George Jochnowitz)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Court, World Cup Blog)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Tony Jefferson, Achilles' Heel)
    -REVIEW: of Among the Thugs (Dr. Pat, BlogCritics)
    -REVIEW ARCHIVES: of Heat by Bill Buford (Metacritic)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Julia Reed, NY Times Book Review)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Moira Hodgson, Wall Street Journal)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (William Grimes, NY Times)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Warren Bass, Washington Post)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Erik Spanberg, CS Monitor)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Matthew Debord, The Nation)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Sara Dickerman, Slate)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Roger Downey, Seattle Weekly)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Oscar Villalon, NPR)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (William Perkins, Paste)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (David Takami, Seattle Times)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Diane Leach, January Magazine)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Colleen Quinn, Bookreporter)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Adam Mars-Jones, The Observer)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Paul Levy, Times of London)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (The Economist)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Sue Birtwhistle, The Guardian)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Christopher Hirst, The Independent)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Steven Shapin, London Review of Books)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Carolyn Hart, Daily Telegraph)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Helen Greenwood, Sydney Morning Herald)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (James Norton, Flak)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Michael Redhill, Globe & Mail)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Chuck Leddy, Boston Globe)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Powell's Books)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Susan Graage, Misstropolis)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (David Papendrew, Cooking for Engineers)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Bob Hoover, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
    -REVIEW: of Heat (Michelle Huneven, LA Times)

Book-related and General Links:

    -ESSAY: Did the scousers invent terrace culture as we know it?: American observers are fascinated by the origins of British football chants, but who really invented the concept of them? (Steven Wells, 10/15/08, Guardian Sports Blog)
    -ESSAY: Soccer brings out the philosopher in us (Douglas Todd 08-16-2008, Vancouver Sun)
    -ESSAY: Among the Brainiacs: The intellectual classes descend on soccer (Bryan Curtis, June 9, 2006, Slate)
    -ESSAY: The World Needs Baseball (Jim Caple, ESPN the Magazine)
    -ESSAY: So, protestors have filled… (Joseph Bottum, March 28, 2006, First Things)
    -ESSAY: It is the inescapable duty of every decent citizen to express no interest in or enthusiasm for football and the World Cup (Theodore Dalrymple, Social Affairs Unit)
    -ARTICLE: The Hooligan Threat Hangs Heavily Over World Cup '94 (Ian Thomsen, OCTOBER 6, 1992, IHT)
    -ARTICLE: Soccer Fans Out of Control In Europe (Jeff Israely, Nov. 30, 2004, TIME)