In 2012, three finalists were announced for the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction: Karen Russell’s Swamplandia!, Denis Johnson’s Train Dreams and David Foster Wallace’s posthumous novel 1,218 more words
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When I lived in Kentucky  in 2003, Facebook was not yet a thing. The analog-Windows-bookstore world that peaked in 2004  was still ascending, enough so that my discovery of Wallace started with a SPIN article about The Strokes, the heavily hyped NYC band. 1,882 more words
André Holland (of The Knick, which I dug) reads from David Foster Wallace’s The Pale King. (Via Matt Bucher).
“How odd I can have all this inside me and to you it’s just words.”
― David Foster Wallace, The Pale King