Monday, April 21, 2008

In "As If It Wasn't Obvious I'm a Fan" News . . .


Two of my favourite writers hit book shelves this spring. Augusten Burroughs gets serious with a book about his Dad, while Sedaris gives us another collection of essays. If you haven't experienced their hilarity there's no better time to hop on the bandwagon. Nothing reads faster, funnier, or pairs better with a smart gin cocktail than these two.

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  1. morbid covers.

    whoa, flames just shot out of the Idol stage...crazy....

    okay, back to my comment...um, I'm looking forward to reading the A.B. book...

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  2. Hi, followed your link from apartment therapy - yeah for plugging toronto recycling. Did you know David Sedaris is coming to toronto December 10 http://www.barclayagency.com/sedaris_appearances.html
    Yahoo!

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  3. There's a rumour he'll be playing Massey Hall while he's here . . . could you imagine?!

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  4. Oh my gah...two of my favorites! And how appropriate to find this post that includes "Wolf" on Father's Day.

    Have you read "I Was Told There'd Be Cake" by Sloane Crosley? Hilarious as well.

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