Literary

David Sedaris to Read from Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls This Week at Gammage Auditorium

No one sees the world quite like David Sedaris. The American best-selling author, humorist, and master of satire keeps a notebook on him at all times that holds observations from his travels and surroundings.

Sedaris draws from the everyday -- including his personal life and upbringing, things tourists say, and external catheters -- for series of short stories that he's shared on public radio, in magazines including Esquire and The New Yorker, and in his own books.

On Thursday, April 25, Sedaris will visit Gammage Auditorium to read from his latest works and sign copies of Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls, described as "a bizarre and stimulating world tour."

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Claire Lawton
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