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10 Years of Infinite Jest + Jest Fest

10 Years Beyond the Infinite , Time magazine on 10 years of IJ (from last November).
 
Jest-Fest '06 on Nov 16 06 was 10th Anniversary Celebration of INFINITE JEST. John Krasinski read from BI #14 (Victory for the Forces of Democratic Freedom!) and you can watch it on YouTube .
 
Finally, uou really must check out Greg Carlisle's fabulous work in progress: The Connectedness of All Events: A Study of Wallace's Infinite Jest. I can't wait until this is finished.
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Last Updated on Friday, 19 January 2007 18:20
 

BIWHM Movie + Death Cab for Cutie + #2 + #15 + #19 + #51= ?

Bits and pieces about the adaptation of Brief Interviews with Hideous Men by John Krasinski continue to pop up. I'll recap for those of you who are not up to speed and then cover the latest.
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Last Updated on Friday, 19 January 2007 18:23
 

DFW Mii on the Nintendo Wii

It's no secret to those in the know that I am a nintendo tragic and have been for a long time...
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Last Updated on Friday, 19 January 2007 18:21
 

New DFW publication on the way

DFW has been commissioned to contribute to a full colour publication that accompanies the forthcoming Thomas Demand: L’Esprit d’Escalier exhibition at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. It's great to have something to look forward to!
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Bibliography Update

Version 3 of Ryan's amazing DFW bibliography has been available for some time over at http://theknowe.net/dfw. It is a spectacular piece of work (much better than the paltry one available here).
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Last Updated on Friday, 20 August 2004 06:14
 



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