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David Foster Wallace gave a reading for Booksmith at All Saints Church in 2006.<www.thehowlingfantods.com/dfw.htm>

There is also a lot of discussion on the wallace-l email list <www.waste.org/mail/?list=wallace-l>

Ed wrote about the reading. <www.edrants.com/operation-dfw/ >

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