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Comedian Marc Maron is the host of WTF, a popular interview podcast. Seth Olenick hide caption

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Marc Maron, On Talking To Comics And Soothing With His 'Neurotic Rage'

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Late author David Foster Wallace's unfinished book, The Pale King, is the sequel to his 1996 novel, Infinite Jest. Giovanni Giovannetti/Effigie hide caption

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Author's Final Book An Unfinished Tale Of Boredom

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Noah Lennox, aka Panda Bear, says his new album, Tomboy, has a darker mood than his past releases. Cory Schwartz/FilmMagic /Getty Images hide caption

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Panda Bear: Sounds Like Home

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