A conversation with humorist David Sedarisby Nikki Tundel, Minnesota Public Radio
St. Paul, Minn. — David Sedaris is a writer, radio contributor, playwright, and Grammy Award-nominated American humorist.
He's been described as "the most brilliantly witty New Yorker since Dorothy Parker."
But Sedaris swears he's just a timid guy who's afraid of everyone and everything.
Reporter Nikki Tundel sat down with the best-selling author to discuss writing, humor and his new book "When You Are Engulfed in Flames."
They also talked about life without a cell phone, the absurdities of the Internet, and what not want say to people at a book signing.
- All Things Considered, 06/16/2008, 5:51 p.m.