The recent trend in the media has been criticism of the Dole campaign. The campaign is being called "The Big Funk" by some. Tonight, Stuart Stevens, media advisor to Senator Dole, defends the candidate against charges that the campaign has stalled. Then, author Terry McMillan's book, Waiting to Exhale, and the movie that followed were major successes among African American women and the country at large. Her latest book is called How Stella Got Her Groove Back and it explores what happens when a woman finds love with a man half her age. Also, while writing film criticism for Rolling Stone, Movie Line, and The Washington Post Joe Queenan decided to make a movie for $6,998. He chronicles the ordeal of making a low budget, independent film in his book, The Unkindest Cut: How a hatchet man critic made his own $7,000 movie and put it all on his credit card. Finally, Rob Weisbach is a 30 year old editor at William Morrow and his clients include Jerry Seinfeld, Paul Reiser and Ellen DeGeneres. He talks to Charlie about his success in the publishing world.
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Charlie Rose with Stuart Stevens; Terry McMillan; Joe Queenan; Rob Weisbach (April 29, 1996)
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