On September 11, 2008, the literary world believed fiction author David Foster Wallace to be one of the biggest and most important literary figures who had only touched the surface of his genius. In September 12, 2008 David Foster Wallace was dead.
He committed suicide by hanging at the 46. Now Wallace's biographer has penned "Every Love Story Is A Ghost Story," an exploration of Wallace's life and work. The book is a result of tireless research by journalist D.T Max, who will be at the Westhampton Library tonight to discuss the book and the literary great who inspired it.
The discussion starts at 6 p.m. tonight. If you attend be sure to send photos to us. We'll post them up here on Patch.