Books by D.T. Max
NPR stories about D.T. Max
In softcover nonfiction, Elizabeth Cline explores the high costs of cheap clothing, D.T. Max sheds light on the life and death of author David Foster Wallace, and Marco Roth reflects on his intellectual upbringing on New York's Upper West Side.
A new biography of David Foster Wallace traces the author's anxieties to childhood. Biographer D.T. Max says the accidents of Foster's life gave him the key to his writing.
Author D.T. Max traces the story of members of an Italian family who suffer from a deadly genetic disease that makes it impossible for them to sleep. The disease can be traced back in the family more than 200 years.