Update: Thursday, 12:08 p.m.: We've picked our winners, thanks for playing and for reading Westword!
We have two pairs of tickets to see the man who soothes NPR listeners and pop-intellectuals with his strangely nasal voice and often dark stories.
All joking aside, once you hear Sedaris begin one of his stories on the radio, or start one in his books, you're often hyptonized until the story's finished. And sometimes that's followed by a literary hangover in which you're daydreaming about those stories a few hours later. Yes, David Sedaris is a drug.
Want to win? Details are below.
CONTEST RULES: As usual, leave a comment below, writing what you would do when engulfed in flames.
- Make sure to include your e-mail address in the appropriate field so we can contact you if you're the winner
- We will pick the winner on at noon on Thursday.
- We will e-mail you all the details.
- The most Sedarisian reply wins.
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