David Sedaris at Louisville’s Kentucky Center

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“Everybody’s got an eye for something. The only difference is that I carry around a notebook in my front pocket.”

–David Sedaris, interview with Missouri Review

David Sedaris will be at Indiana University in Bloomington on October 6; Cincinnati‘s Procter and Gamble Hall at the Aronoff Center on Sunday, October 10; and at the State Theatre at Playhouse Square in Cleveland on Tuesday, October 12, 2010.

To buy tickets for  David Sedaris’s Ohio or Indiana shows, click here.

He will be at Louisville‘s Whitney Hall at Kentucky Center for the Arts on October 24, 2010.

His new book is Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiary.

You can listen to his NPR interview about the new book here.

You can read a David Sedaris interview here with the Times-UK. His August 9 essay in The New Yorker is “Standing By.” Hit the New Yorker Pay Wall Here.

The Chicago Tribune ran  a review of one of his sold-out shows from the current tour at Chicago’s Steppenwolf, where the critic suggested one might expect to encounter

a deliciously sycophantic crowd of NPR-loving groupies ready to hang on the reading of his every not-quite-finished word and dine out for days on the fact that they just heard a Sedaris story that will not be in The New Yorker for another few weeks. ‘You know ‘This American Life?,’ one imagined them saying to each other afterward, delighted at their good fortune at being so inside the process of literary production. ‘Well, this is living an American life.’” 

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