Growing Sentences with David Foster Wallace
how to write a book
0. Begin with an idea, a string of ideas, 1. Use them in a compound sentence, 2. Add rhythm with a dependent clause....
Now I know how @vaguery gets his posts to scroll! ;-)Life and Letters: The Unfinished: Reporting & Essays: The New Yorker
glass palisades at desperate speeds, soaring north, sounding a bell-clear and nearly maternal al
Amazing bio piece on David Foster Wallace; actually chokes me up while reading; totally essential - must blog about this
David Foster WallaceLife and Letters: The Unfinished: Reporting & Essays: The New Yorker
David Foster Wallace’s struggle to surpass “Infinite Jest.”
Article on the writer David Foster Wallace who committed suicide on Sep 12th 2008. He battled with depression.
What goes on inside is just too fast and huge and all interconnected for words to do more than barely sketch the outlines of at most one tiny little part of it at any given instant
"Fiction's about what it is to be a fucking human being"-dfw, dfw's writing after infinite jest, struggle with depression, portrait of older dfw, some biographyInfinite Summer
summer reading challenge--Infinite jestThe words David Foster Wallace circled in his dictionary. - - Slate Magazine
David Foster Wallace
A complete list of words that David Foster Wallace circled in his American Heritage Dictionary.Remembering David Foster Wallace
via kottke.com, dozens of links about the late writer, david foster wallace
A collection of links to resources related to, anecdotes about, and eulogies of the deceased author. NB: he loved The Wire!
Jason Kottke assembled a set of links commemorating DFW.
kottke's list of remembrances, because I, too, need to close some of these tabs
Kottke rounds up quite a few links about David Foster Wallace, the acclaimed writer that died recently. I've never read anything by Wallace, but all the outpouring of sorrow makes me wonder if I should have been.