But going straight to the politics is too much of a bummer for most McSweeneyites — too didactic, too pesado.
When the dessert cart came, the starched white shoulders of businessmen continued to flex and shine; their faces glazed at one another over emptiness, much happier now that they had eaten, unthinking of what they had wrought.
Both prose and poetry rolled off his tongue for over an hour, covering everything, and his audience was both spellbound and inspired. This is the opening to one of them: Finally, read his short-story collection, Oblivion.
The Pale King was pieced together by Pietsch from pages and notes Wallace left behind. We asked about the fate of Che Guevara and Regis DeBray, and Fidel wanted more of our opinions of various political figures in Congress.
This brings me to my next way of knowing Tom, through black-and-white celluloid film. It was about our community project in Newark, and featured Tom, among others.
There's also, one of our readers reminds us, a transcript on Github. Wallace seems to have suffered from a long and heavy depression that wore him out, as it wears out others.
My first indirect contact with him was through typewritten mimeographed pages stapled together in an SDS pamphlet that sold for 10 cents. Wallace examines the impact of Clear Channel -type media monopolies and the proliferation of talk radio on the way Americans talk, think, and vote.
They rip you off before you gets anywheres. As for Harry himself, he loses an arm. Bum fights, in other words. The web was soon awash with memories advertising the devotion that Wallace inspired among fans some calling themselves the Howling Fantods, borrowing a Wallacism.
And nobody hams up injection scenes like Vollmann: But then anger again, that his death can be reduced to a mechanical complex of depression, substance abuse, existential despair - all suicides are the same, and Wallace was not, we assert, the same as anyone; he was head and shoulders above every other writer who still walks this Earth.
Leisurely smackhead that he is, Harry even pauses to observe that the neighborhood is mostly black. Better to play the obsessive Wagnerian genius, make everyone secretly insecure for touching your work without having a PhD in music history. You know something Harry.
We met in, of all places, the famous round bar at the top of the Havana Libre Hotel, formerly the Hilton, made famous in pre-revolution days with the likes of George Raft, Humphrey Bogart, and others of their pack hanging out there.
Lacking a Christian Hell, the writer needs an equally powerful lie to prop up the narrative — either they pretend that insincerity is an emotional hell no amount of money can make up for, OR, they pretend that members of the Hollywood brat pack have the same life expectancy as Ethiopians, dropping like flies from an endless parade of overdoses and Lamborghini accidents, rarely hitting At the national office, I learned more about Hayden, this time in regular print.
Harry, you must remember that we are heroin addicts; cold, expedient creatures with Spartan discipline, not given to squandering potential smack money on frivolities such as cabs… Gosh, sorry Tyrone, I forgot. They said little, but helped Fidel with translation, even though Fidel understood English rather well.
Aspecially when you be talkin about mah dope. I focused on building PDA and the Congressional Progressive Caucus as groups that would give us some clout at the base and in Congress. He was deeply scarred by the beating his reputation took and told me it was more painful in many ways than his time in Vietnam.
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