David Sedaris: Chicken toenails, anyone

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David Sedaris talks ugly about China - SFGate

Richard: For our readers, David Sedaris is gay, and much of his focus in this collection is about his youth, how his parents really had no idea what was going on with him in general, and then his time in Paris with his boyfriend. It's fish out of water, but then he's also an everyman, too.

David Sedaris' latest book 'Let's Explore Diabetes With Owls' (Abacus) is out now

David Sedaris Essay On China - Single Track Nepal

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — The Chinese government’s use of lethal force against student protesters in Tiananmen Square 25 years ago so damaged the image of the regime that China’s political leaders continue to repress any public observance or discussion of the incident.

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David Sedaris contributes frequently to The New Yorker. He is the author of, most recently, “Theft by Finding: Diaries (1977-2002).”


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I mean really look at yourself;”
Sedaris' mother implores both the reader and a young Sedaris to reevaluate their decisions






Themes
Presented by Ella Gonzalez
David Sedaris:
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Language
("Go Carolina")
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Family
("Us and Them")
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Travel
("Chicken Toenails
Anyone?)


Synopsis:
In "Chicken Toenails Anyone?" Sedaris chronicles his experience in China, in both culinary and cultural terms.

Talk:David Sedaris /Archives/2014

Shortly after I decided on a typeface, for reasons I cannot determine, my Fitbit died. I was devastated when I tapped the broadest part of it and the little dots failed to appear. Then I felt a great sense of freedom. It seemed that my life was now my own again. But was it? Walking 25 miles, or even running up the stairs and back, suddenly seemed pointless, since, without the steps being counted and registered, what use were they? I lasted five hours before I ordered a replacement, express delivery. It arrived the following afternoon, and my hands shook as I tore open the box. Ten minutes later, my new master strapped securely around my left wrist, I was out the door, racing, practically running, to make up for lost time. µ

David Sedaris China | "Knee How" Shanghai

Shortly after I decided on a typeface, for reasons I cannot determine my Fitbit died. I was devastated when I tapped the broadest part of it and the little dots failed to appear. Then I felt a great sense of freedom. It seemed that my life was now my own again. But was it? Walking twenty-five miles, or even running up the stairs and back, suddenly seemed pointless, since, without the steps being counted and registered, what use were they? I lasted five hours before I ordered a replacement, express delivery. It arrived the following afternoon, and my hands shook as I tore open the box. Ten minutes later, my new master strapped securely around my left wrist, I was out the door, racing, practically running, to make up for lost time. ♦

David Sedaris Reads From His 'Santaland Diaries' : NPR

Rumor mill: He was in town not too long ago, and I guess he's working with an organization that seeks out bone marrow donors(?) And you could have your cheek swabbed to check if you'd be a potential match, and at the end David Sedaris himself actually did some swabbing of people getting books signed.