Conveniently, it's all online.
Plus a number of notes and essays from David Foster Wallace's archives.
The video phone: just a fad?
About free will.
Says Sam Anderson: "I could go on forever, but I'll stop there. In conclusion: It’s all tremendously complicated."
On "Wallace’s fullest elaboration of what he saw as the key question of modern existence."
Wallace fans will certainly appreciate.
With hyperlinked definitions.
'Infinite Jest' has been released as an app for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch with "enriched footnote capability."
Why else would Fox be making a show set in an IRS office?
"I was scared people would think I was doing this only to get away from 'The Office,' to be super-dark and cerebral."
Plus: DFW's second biography is a go.
A web-wide book club is discussing 'Infinite Jest' from now until September.
The answer might surprise you.
A great interview with Glenn Kenny, who worked with DFW on three pieces for 'Premiere' in the mid-nineties.