David Sedaris Live at Carnegie Hall by David SedarisFind all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/
This one is kind of a rule breaker when it comes to being a “book” as it is not only in audio format (which grossly enough I have actually witnessed a friend be trolled over and told that Goodreads is for “real” books since humans are awful and the reason why everyone just can’t simply enjoy things), but it also is a hodgepodge of stories, magazine articles, diary entries, etc. that can’t be found in a single collection. To sum it up, this is the best of the best when it comes to David Sedaris and listening to him perform live was an entirely different experience than the regular, generic audio. The audience’s energy was nearly palpable – even through my car speakers. It almost makes me wish I wasn’t such a pussy and could sit in an auditorium with others for one of his readings comfortably. Almost.
If you, like me, were hesitant to dip your foot in the audio pool – collections like these are perfect since you can easily press pause after any of them if you too have a short commute. And if you haven’t yet met David Sedaris, there’s no better time than the present. Live At Carnegie Hall once again featured the laugh-out-loudable “Six To Eight Black Men” – a story first published in Esquire magazine in December of 2002. You can read it for free HERE or take a listen HERE. If you don’t like it, feel free to defriend me because I’m not sure I want to be associated with people like you : )
On the other hand, if you find yourself completely smitten by David’s charms, THIS is a little bonus to brighten your morning.
TPAudiobook - Me Talk Pretty One Day AUDIO BOOK By David Sedaris
David Sedaris At The Balboa Theatre
Battling throngs of rabid families clamoring towards a drunken Santa to satiate their Christmas fix, David makes do with some hilarious observations on human nature, and an unexpected connection to the holiday spirit. Admission is free and the drinks are strong! There will be a presentation on after the 7pm Industry Night performance Monday, December 9. His uniquely queer take on the Holiday season has been produced all over the world. Director Anthony Methvin and Scenic Designer Justin Humphres are reinventing how patrons experience our productions at Diversionary by taking over the entire venue. The great skill with which he slices through cultural euphemisms and political correctness proves that Sedaris is a master of satire and one of the most observant writers addressing the human condition today. The nationally bestselling essay collection Calypso was published in June , and a second volume of his diaries is expected for summer
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But a few of his more controversial policies are an inspiration for parts of the eclectic season, which will feature borders-leaping music and dance artists from across North America and around the world., As a girl who has a digital photo frame devoted to pictures and videos of her dog, you would think Sedaris would be on the bottom of my reading list.