Armchair travel is more important than ever, now that pandemic has forced us to stay indoors. Reading can take you across the ocean.
Humorist David Sedaris lovingly — and hilariously — profiles his sister Amy, recalling their playwriting days in the ’90s as “The Talent Family,” and other adventures.
This week, we’re sharing stories from Matthew Shaer, John Woodrow Cox, Bethany McLean, Robin Wright, and David Sedaris.
David Sedaris tallies a few of the many reasons he feels shame and sadness being an American in the time of Trump.
About seven years ago I wrote a story about a cat in a bad mood. And then the next fall another one. So I tried to write a few every year, but for every one that worked, there were two that didn’t. And then, obviously, I stepped it up over the past year and a […]
From David Sedaris in The New Yorker: acquiring a Fitbit™ and an addiction to tracking his movements.
“Getting Stuffed: A Tale of Love and Taxidermy,” David Sedaris, The Guardian.