Another fabulous article about GOOD IN BED on HBO from Newsday....

Here's my dilemma of the day: I'm going to hear Dar Williams taping a session for WXPN's World Cafe, and I'm trying to decide whether to bring her a copy of the book (she's one of the singer-songwriters who gets mentioned in the scene where Bruce brings Cannie all of her CDs). Would it be a nice, friendly gesture, or borderline-stalkerish?

I, personally, always like it when people bring things to my reading, and I've been lucky enough to receive books, dog treats, and a small painted portrait of Wendell from a reader in Berkeley, but maybe it's different for Dar. Plus, I tend to get a little....effusive when I meet the people I've been reading/listening to (I think David Sedaris might still be recovering from our encounter last year, when I shook his hand and started blabbing about OhmyGod! You're so funny! And every time you're on the radio my Mom calls me and says, 'David Sedaris is on the radio! He's so funny!')

What to do, what to do....

Jen