New Letters
On The Air

David Sedaris

Fiction, Nonfiction

Interviewed by: Angela Elam

Catalog Number: 19981021

One of public radio's most popular writers, David Sedaris talks about how his writing for radio took him from obscurity to publication of a New York Times bestseller. He reads from the book Naked, his hilarious "memoirs" that stretch the boundaries of fact.

| Subject Matter: Writing for Radio, Family, Humor | Interview Year: 1998 | Genre: Fiction, Nonfiction | Awards: Lambda Literary Award for Humor |

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New Letters & BkMk Press Events at 2018 AWP Conference / Tampa Bookfair Booth 1048

Join us at AWP 2018 in Tampa, Florida, for three events: A tribute to Michelle Boisseau + book signings by Robert Stewart and Mia Leonin.


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Jamaica KincaidJim ShepardGloria Vando & Anika ParisLuis Alberto Urrea, and Alex George, normally $7.99 per episode, this cd collection comes with over $15.00 in savings. Downloads of these programs have been reduced and are available through our archives.