Reading Journal Entry: Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim by David Sedaris

I've firmly resisted the David Sedaris lovefest until now. But some friends convinced me that he was worth reading (personal gushing is so much more effective).

Dress your Family is a collection of short stories about the Sedaris family. It's good stuff. Short little stories that seem to go nowhere but end by socking you in the gut. Easy to read, but images that stick with me.

1 comment:

jenclair said...

I used to listen to David Sedaris on NPR and loved him. I've since read a couple of his books, but what was most enjoyable was his delivery. If you have never heard Sedaris read one of his essays, try one of his CDs because some of his essays are transformed by the voice and the perfect timing.