Santaland Diaries read by David Sedaris

Hearing David Sedaris read his excerpt about his time working as an elf at Macy’s during the holiday season is one I never tire of. Regardless of what you do on the 25 December, make sure you at least listen to the wonderful anecdotes of Sedaris as Crumpet the Elf dressed in “green velvet knickers, a forest green velvet smock and a perky little hat decorated with spangles.” Available through NPR. Enjoy!

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3 comments

  1. I was just listening to this!!

    “Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.” ― Lao Tzu

  2. Reblogged this on Quieter Elephant and commented:
    Happy Christmas irrelevance-seekers! We just finished our annual litter-making festival (I can tell the kids are getting older – there was only ONE black bag of recycling this year!). I just slunk off to read my WordPress feed, and saw this David Sedaris mention on Acid Free Pulp. It brought to mind a very special friend who went to see him reading some of his work in Vancouver. On the strength of their recommendation I bought and read “Squirrel seeks Chipmunk”. I enjoyed some of its dark alleys, but can’t say I found it particularly funny. Maybe the American humo(u)r is just lost on me… Anyway, check out the posting on Acid Free Pulp, and perhaps you’ll be more entertained than I! 🙂

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