Knowledge Identifier: +Don_DeLillo
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Founded in 1948 as successor to the "Carolina Magazine", the "Carolina Quarterly", edited by graduate students, has published the works of numerous authors, including Wendell Berry, Raymond Carver, Don DeLillo, Annie_Dillard, Joyce Carol Oates, and John Edgar Wideman
Lillo was awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship, which he used to fund a trip around the Middle East before settling in Greece.
Clair, who had first tracked DeLillo down for an interview while he was in Greece in 1979 (on that occasion, DeLillo had handed LeClair a business card with his name printed on it and beneath that the message "I don't want to talk about it.
He earned a PEN/Faulkner Award and a Pulitzer Prize finalist nomination for Mao II in 1991 and 1992, respectively.
Gordon Lish - For the June 1991 issue of "Vanity Fair", James Wolcott wrote a profile on Gordon Lish and Don DeLillo called "The Sunshine Boys
JFK (film) - "Time" magazine ran its own critique of the film-in-progress on June 10, 1991 and alleged that Stone was trying to suppress a rival JFK assassination film based on Don DeLillo's 1988 novel "Libra"
Lillo finally broke cover with his long awaited eleventh novel, the epic Cold War history Underworld.
Laurie Anderson - In 2001, she recorded the audiobook version of Don DeLillo's novel "The Body Artist"
DeLillo's papers were acquired in 2004 by the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin.
Morley, Catherine, The Quest for Epic in Contemporary American Literature, Routledge, New York, 2008.
Kat Dennings - In September 2008, Dennings hoped to make Don DeLillo's novel, "End Zone" into a film
DeLillo ended the decade by making an unexpected appearance at a PEN event on the steps of the New York City Public Library, 5th Ave and 42nd St in support of Chinese dissident writer Liu Xiaobo, who was sentenced to eleven years in prison for "inciting subversion of state power" on December 31, 2009.
DeLillo received the 2012 Carl Sandburg Literary award on October 17, 2012, on the campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago
In August 2015, DeLillo's US publishers Simon and Schuster announced that his sixteenth novel, titled "Zero K", will be published in May 2016
Alex Ross Perry - In April 2015, Disney hired Perry to write a live-action adaptation of the "Winnie the Pooh" franchise, while he optioned Don DeLillo's "The Names" for a feature adaptation
IN February 2016, DeLillo was the guest of honor at an academic conference dedicated to his work, "Don DeLillo: Fiction Rescues History", a three day event held at the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris, France