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David Sedaris' new book of stories covers his beach house, his family and getting older. His best advice for aging well? Try "being rich." Ingrid Christie/Little, Brown and Company hide caption

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Forget 'Good Times,' David Sedaris Is Far More Interested In 'Bad Behavior'

Calypso features stories about family, aging and mortality. In his 61 years, Sedaris says he's learned two things: Be careful when you buy scented candles, and always have a joke in your back pocket.

David Sedaris' new book of stories covers his beach house, his family and getting older. His best advice for aging well? Try "being rich." Ingrid Christie/Little, Brown and Company hide caption

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Ingrid Christie/Little, Brown and Company

Forget 'Good Times,' David Sedaris Is Far More Interested In 'Bad Behavior'

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