David Foster Wallace’s family and widow have denounced The End of the Tour. That’s causing an ethical quandary for many hardcore DFW fans who are torn between the family’s wishes and their understandable desire to see the movie. Not me. I’ll be seeing the film (which might be a long, long time. Sigh.) for very much the same reasons elaborated upon in this post by Michael Moats.
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Our spring issue is live! https://t.co/oBh83Lxjqm Featuring in the Spotlight "The Children of So Many Tears," a memoir that demands to be read by @dyna1212, as well as runners-up: "Protagonist" (#fiction) by @gpbergeron and three #poems by Annie Stenzel. #poetry #Submissions
TFW you're trying to guess the YouTube meme that is far enough behind that most faculty will be familiar with it.
Hey, remember Federated Wiki(s)? Apparently no one else does either.