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Watermark Books & Cafe Best-sellers 1. "Oh the Places You'll Go" by Dr. Seuss 2. "The Miracle of Father Kapaun" by Roy Wenzl & Travis Heying 3. "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald 4. "Wichita 1930-2000" by Jay Price & Keith Wondra 5. "Rake" by
Watermark Books & Cafe Best-sellers 1. "About Crows" by Craig Blais 2. "Meetings of Change" by Darlene Deluca 3. "Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls" by David Sedaris 4. "Midnight in Peking" by Paul French 5. "Unexpected Legacy" by Darlene Deluca 6. "W.
Essay-writing superstar David Sedaris has released a new collection titled Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls, and it's topping bestseller lists despite receiving mixed reviews.
not only is he a best-selling essayist, he's also an American who doesn't drive. In a country where walking is regarded as loitering, cars symbolise freedom. Or perhaps that is, as Sedaris's father would say, "baloney".
Suggested Topics What is it that's so seductive about David Sedaris?...The way his writing grabs you, simultaneously, by the funny bone, the throat and the heart, like a mugger with an extra arm one with more function than the mummified half-limb he
There's his family; his eminently tolerant boyfriend, Hugh; scenes from his feckless youth; and so on.
Photos Friday evening's event featuring David Sedaris at Salina's Stiefel Theatre has been canceled, the venue announced Friday. Because of travel problems related to weather in Chicago and mechanical difficulties, Sedaris was unable to travel to
Photos Wichita book lovers, there's an embarrassment of riches for you this week: four big-name authors are doing readings in the area over seven days, three in Wichita and one in Salina. And there's something for everyone: Southern culture, wry
Justifer go furniture shopping. [ PopSugar ] American Idol votes off another contestant. [ GossipCop ] Former NFL player Kwame Harris comes out as gay. [ Towleroad ] Will Facebook release a mobile phone next week? [ Newser ] iPhone 5S is due out in
David Sedaris Mar 04, 2013 In the second episode of a two-part exclusive, David Sedaris reads "Author, Author?," a story that recently appeared in The New Yorker about the joys of book tours, giant boxes of condoms, and Costco. Please Note: This