Recordings of the panels:
Official videos from the live webcast (final recordings added 17/5/12)
1. "Everything and More: A Conversation About David Foster Wallace." Literary agent Bonnie Nadell and Little, Brown editor Michael Pietsch spoke with Los Angeles Times book critic David Ulin about their work with David Foster Wallace.
2. "A Life through the Archive." Cultural critic and reporter Seth Colter Walls and D.T. Max, staff writer for The New Yorker, spoke with writer and historian Douglas Brinkley about the life and work of David Foster Wallace through his archive. Wallace's archive is housed at the Ransom Center.
3. "Writers on Wallace." Authors Elizabeth Crane and Amanda Eyre Ward spoke with Little, Brown editor Michael Pietsch about their connections with David Foster Wallace and his work.
4. "Editors on Wallace." Editors Colin Harrison, Bill Tonelli, and Deborah Treisman spoke about their involvement with David Foster Wallace's work with Wallace's literary agent Bonnie Nadell.
Join us in web-based IRC CHAT at #dfwsymposium on freenode during the stream. Click the link, select a username, and join.
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Next up Writers on Wallace at 1:30pm Austin Time. Check the program and links below for details. I'll be in the irc chat, keeping an eye on the #dfwsymp hashtag and watching the streams as before. I hope some of you will be able to join me.
Don't forget that the Harry Ransom Centre's David Foster Wallace Symposium kicks off with, "Everything and More: A Conversation About David Foster Wallace" which will be available via live webcast on Thursday April 5th from 7pm (Austin time).
In Australia this equates to 10am on Friday April 6th, perfect! I'll be watching, and I hope you'll join me. I'll update this post with links to a couple of places where you can join in for a live chat/discussion while we watch.
Even better, it appears that all panels from Saturday's session will be webcast too. It's going to be a long night for me on Friday! (Day 2 starts at 1am on Sat for me)
Here's the pdf version of the program.