Joan Juliet Buck’s acclaimed 2017 memoir The Price of Illusion blasts light on the spell of glamour and into the many, now-imperiled, worlds of Conde Nast.
An American raised in Paris and London, features editor of British Vogue at 23 , the author of two novels went on to be a mainstay of American Vogue, Vanity Fair, Traveler, and occasionally The New Yorker , Vogue’s film critic , a member of the New York Film Festival Selection Committee, and for almost 7 years, editor-in-chief of French Vogue.
Post-Vogue, she has acted onstage and on screen, performed monologues and stories for “The Moth”, where her “ Ghost of The Rue Jacob” is a perennial hit. She lives in upstate New York, and can be found in many of the new magazines: Buffalozine, Encens, The Skirt Chronicles, Self Service, Upstate Diary, etc.
(Note: This interview is conducted by Joan Buck FOR Mellissa Seaman)
- Re-birth & Being Re-born
- Connection with the Spiritual; Curiosity of Other Religions
- Failure and The Power of Improv
- Choosing Yes or No
- Giving Up Control
- Healing & Speaking YOUR Truth
- Alignment of Love
- Protection of Your Space, Channel, and Health
- Generational History and Understanding of Self
- Plant and Natural Medicines
Never miss out!
Sign up to receive notifications of podcasts and other great content from Mellissa Seaman!