We are happy to announce that Bradley J. Fest’s article, “The Inverted Nuke in the Garden: Archival Emergence and Anti-Eschatology in David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest,” has won the Schachterle Prize. Presented by the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts, the award is given to the best essay on literature and science published in the last year and written by a non-tenured faculty member. Fest is currently a Visiting Postdoctoral Lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh. The article appeared in boundary 2, volume 39 and issue 3, published in Fall 2012. Read the article, made freely available, here.