The sun’s not the only thing that rises, if you know what I mean.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever been personally victimized by David Foster Wallace?
It was love at first write.
“Some poems are direct responses to Wallace’s life and work; others are instances in which I find myself in.”
The Sorcerer’s Stone...or illuminati propaganda?
Book plots, as told by someone who has never read the book.
You haven’t read that, bro, so don’t put it in your dating profile.
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But that hasn’t stopped people from trying. With As I Lay Dying in theaters and Griffin & Sabine in development, let’s take a look at 20 seemingly unfilmable books.
“Perfectionism is very dangerous, because of course if your fidelity to perfectionism is too high, you never do anything.”
What will you find on a hilariously overconfident dude’s bookshelf?
Want a Foucault action figure? Sure.
Infinite Atlas is an interactive atlas by artist William Beutler that maps all the locations mentioned in David Foster Wallace’s epic, Infinite Jest. This is an extension of an earlier project, Infinite Boston, and it’s pretty awesome. You can check out the interactive map here and there’s a limited edition print available here.
David Foster Wallace, author of “Infinite Jest,” would have turned 50 today. To celebrate his birthday, here’s the letter he wrote to the Amherst College newspaper in response to a jerk who thought it was an unalienable right to blast AC/DC as loud as humanly possible.
David Foster Wallace, the author of Infinite Jest, was found hanged to death in his home at age 46 this past Friday night.
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