dfwHere’s a treat for fans of David Foster Wallace (and, shame on you if you’re not one of them!).

Blank on Blank have added some creative doodling to a four-minute interview with the late, great man.

He talks about tennis; and how growing older makes you realise that parents and teachers are not always the enemy.

DFW’s striving for perfectionism was a character flaw that probably contributed to his depression and subsequent suicide.

Here, he describes how this trait made him a grammar nazi :“any student whose deployment of the semi-colon is not absolutely Mozart-esque knows that they’re going to get a C in my class”.