Don't Stop: Neophilia, Niche War, Expert Boxes, The Superbody, and Networking the Middle Class - Platform for Pedagogy

"Don't Stop" is a one-night event about the language of the early 1990s. This series of readings and performances by writers and artists will explore writing in the US from 1992-96, just before the 1996 publication of David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest, that brilliant and dystopian summation of a technophilic, drugged North America, in which time itself receives corporate sponsorship.