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Hitler studies, consumerism, and toxic clouds: Don DeLillo's 'White Noise' is coming to theaters near you. News by Peter Derk White Noise, Don DeLillo's breakthrough 1985 novel, has been optioned by BB Film Productions, and filmmaker...Show More Summary
Uri Singer, the producer of Experimenter, has optioned the rights for a film adaptation of non-nobel-prize-winning author Don DeLillo‘s White Noise, according to Indiewire. The plan is to have Experimenter writer/director Michael Almereyda...Show More Summary
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Uri Singer's BB Film Productions and Michael Almereyda have found their next project. The producer has optioned rights to White Noise, bestselling author Don DeLillo’s 1986 novel. Almeryeda will adapt the screenplay. Singer and Almereyda...Show More Summary
At the New Republic yesterday, Alex Shepard suggested that this might be the year for Don DeLillo to win the Nobel Prize in Literature: No American has won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 23 years, not since Toni Morrison. And it’sShow More Summary
Though there’d been a lot of buzz in the last few days that this could potentially finally be Don Delillo’s year to win the Nobel Prize in Literature — and to be the first American to win since Toni Morrison in 1993 — but alas, the Nobel Prize in Literature has gone to a very literary […]
I don’t know who’s going to win the Nobel Prize in literature. But the British betting site Ladbrokes has been taking bets, and American Don DeLillo is making a last-minute surge in the standings, rising from 66/1 odds earlier this week to 4/1 odds, putting him in fourth place. Do the bettors know...
No American has won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 23 years, not since Toni Morrison. And it’s easy to presume that the game is rigged against the United States: In 2008, Horace Engdahl, then the permanent secretary of the SwedishShow More Summary
When Don DeLillo first learned that a conference in Paris would be devoted entirely to his work, his initial reaction was: “How can that be? I’m just a kid from the Bronx.” DeLillo shared this anecdote and many others on September… Continue reading ?
"How long have you been here?" Alfama Films has debuted an official trailer for the French drama Never Ever, adapted from Don DeLillo's novel The Body Artist, directed by French filmmaker Benoît Jacquot. The film is playing at the Toronto Film Festival now and just premiered at the Venice Film Festival before this. Show More Summary
It is move-in dFay at the university where I teach. E-mails have been sent out warning everyone away from campus. As is the case every year at this time, my thoughts turn to the opening paragraphs of Don DeLillo’s “White Noise.” It’s...Show More Summary
Dan Clowes draws Don Delillo. Dayna Evans talks to Lisa Hanawalt. not comics: just in case some of you were thinking it was coming out this Fall. When it comes out, I can write about my set visit with other comics-industry journalists,...Show More Summary
I basically wanted to take this opportunity to apologize for all of my defective infants. Column by Leah Dearborn One of my favorite quotes about writing is by Don DeLillo, and it refers to the draft as a “hideously defective, hydrocephalic and noseless” infant. Show More Summary
The Guardian Books podcast interviewed Don DeLillo about his novel Underworld. The Quietus reconsidered the Smiths The Queen Is Dead album 30 years after its release. Would you like to support Largehearted Boy? Here are a couple of ways you...
In the tradition of Don DeLillo, Salman Rushdie, and Joseph Heller, James Patterson drafted his early books by moonlight while holding a day job as an advertising copywriter. But none of those other guys ever won a Clio, much less rose to an executive suite at J. Show More Summary
What were the most sought after signatures on AbeBooks in May? The list ranges from award-winners and a children’s book to science and science fiction. 1. Zero K by Don DeLillo 2. Everybody’s Fool by Richard Russo 3. Thunder Boy Jr. by Sherman Alexie 4. Nobody’s Fool by Richard Russo 5. Mort by Terry Pratchett 6. The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh […]
I feel like a lot of (although, to be sure, not all) critics writing about DeLillo’s latest novel, Zero K, are getting distracted by a lot of window-dressing and kind of missing the point of what this book wants to be about. Case in point: Nathaniel Rich in the New York Review of Books, who Continue Reading
Readers respond to recent reviews of Don DeLillo’s “Zero K,” Angela Duckworth’s “Grit” and more.