Knowledge Identifier: +Michael_Chabon
Born in 1963.
Countries: United States (60%), Pennsylvania (16%), United Kingdom (7%)
Linked to: University of California, Irvine, Bon Jovi, Entertainment Weekly, HarperCollins
Cleveland Arning, a character in Chabon's 1988 debut novel, "The Mysteries of Pittsburgh", is described as having come from a wealthy family, one that might be expected to be able to endow a building
In 1994, Chabon pitched a screenplay entitled "The Gentleman Host" to producer Scott Rudin, a romantic comedy "about old Jewish folks on a third-rate cruise ship out of Miami"
Drinkwater was again referred to in Chabon's 1995 novel "Wonder Boys", in which narrator Grady Tripp explains that his sportswriter friend Happy Blackmore was hired "to ghost the autobiography of a catcher, a rising star who played for Pittsburgh and hit the sort of home runs that linger in the memory for years
Creig Flessel - Flessel is mentioned in Michael Chabon's 2000 novel "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay"
Chabon's work, however, remains popular in Hollywood, with Rudin purchasing the film rights to "The Yiddish Policemen's Union", titled "Hatzeplatz", in 2002, five years before the book would be published
Imperia (car) - In Michael Chabon's 2004 novel "The Final Solution", set in 1944, the Anglican vicar drives a Belgian Imperia
Chris Offutt - His is most widely known for his short stories and novels, but he has published two memoirs, nonfiction articles and, in 2005, had a story in a comic book collection by Michael Chabon and another in the anthology "Noir"
The Yiddish Policemen's Union - "'The Yiddish Policemen's Union"' is a 2007 novel by American author Michael Chabon
During a Q&A session in January 2009, Chabon added that he was writing a "naturalistic" novel about two families in Berkeley, California
In 2014, Amazon.com, a leading book distributor, was in a dispute with Hatchette, a publisher
Chabon is set to follow-up "Moonglow" in summer 2017 with "Kingdom of Olives and Ash: Writers Confront the Occupation", a non-fiction collection of essays by writers concerning the continued Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza, featuring contributions from writers including Dave Eggers, Colum McCann, and Geraldine Brooks