Theft by Finding: Diaries - 1993 Summary & Analysis

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After NPR aired his SantaLand story, Sedaris officially reached a new point in his career. 1993 opens with the author meeting with Geoff Kloske, the editorial assistant from Little, Brown who had called previously to ask if he could read Sedaris’s manuscript. After having coffee, Sedaris went to meet Geoff’s boss, Roger, who told Sedaris that he also liked the manuscript.

Sedaris also continued working on his play, Stump the Host, which was to open at the beginning of March. The night before the play opened at La MaMa, William dropped out because he was apparently no longer having any fun. After panicking for a while, Sedaris ultimately decided to take on the part himself since he already knew the lines. On opening night, there were 14 people in the audience, on Friday it was up to 40, and by Saturday it was entirely sold out...

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