The End of the Tour will star Jason Segel as the writer.
Another reason to stay indoors.
Based on David Foster Wallace's novel.
Another excuse to stay indoors.
It's the first time since 1977 that the Pulitzer board has decided not to award a fiction prize.
"I will find a way to harm you or cause you suffering."
So said Franzen at 'The New Yorker' Festival.
Jeffrey Eugenides Says Any David Foster Wallace Similarities in His New Novel Are Totally Coincidental
We remain skeptical.
He tells us all about his homage to his longtime obsession, David Foster Wallace's 'Infinite Jest.'
"Wallace’s moves have been adopted and further slackerized" by the Internet, apparently.
Meet Leonard Bankhead, a brilliant young man who wears bandannas, dips tobacco, and has a history of hospitalizations.
Fictional movie posters, fake magazine profiles, and more.
It's about his mom.
"It all turns him into a celebrity writer dude."
"It was still hard not to feel wounded by the part of him that had chose the adulation of strangers over the love of the people closest to him."
It's not perfect, but in places it comes close.
"It's sloppy at times, inconsistent in others, baggy here, too-lean there ... [but] the book is unmistakably a David Foster Wallace affair."
File it away for your next long read.
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."