American novelist, playwright and essayist
In Don DeLillo's latest novel, Zero K, the practice of cryonics or freezing oneself to be awakened later, is in full, but secret swing.
Jan. 5, 2017from Bookworm
Cosmopolis (Scribner's) and The Body Artist (Scribner's)
In this, the second of a two-part interview, Don DeLillo explores his most enigmatic creation: the weird gnome at the heart…
Jun. 26, 2003from Bookworm
This week, Jemele Hill tells us about her years at ESPN, where she had a good career until she drew the wrath of the White House by tweeting that Trump is a white supremacist.
May. 27from The Business
“Booksmart” is a high-school comedy with a graduate degree.
May. 24from Film Reviews
As long as there have been guns, there have been songs about guns. But American culture's relationship with guns is changing. Does popular music reflect that?
Jun. 13from Lost Notes
You may have noticed a lot of big finales, new streaming seasons, or special TV events in the latter half of this month. The reason?
May. 28from Screengrab
Santa Monica Airport is expected to close by 2028 and be replaced by a park, and this weekend the city will begin digging up both ends of the runway.
Jun. 11from Design and Architecture
Historical drama director Edward Zwick talks unlikely allies in "Trial By Fire".
May. 24from The Treatment
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I get an email from the third assistant of a powerful show business figure, who, you know, must be powerful because who else would need…
May. 29from Martini Shot
Edward Goldman talks about American cultural experiences that inspired him as a young boy in Russia.
Jun. 11from Art Talk
“The Last Black Man in San Francisco” is about the stories we need to tell ourselves.
Jun. 7from Film Reviews