There is no space or time out here,
or in here, or wherever she is. There are
only connections. Everything is connected.
All human knowledge gathered and links,
hyperlinked, this site leading to that,
this fact referenced to that, a keystroke,
a mouse-click, a password -- world without
-- Don DeLillo,
Please report dead links to
Philip Nel. Thank you.
DeLillo's America, maintained by Curt
Gardner. The first and best website about
DeLillo, including a bibliography,
pages devoted to novels,
and more. Site established in February
- Don DeLillo Papers at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin. Includes papers from 1959 to 2003. Papers arrived Feb. 2004, and on-line finding aid appeared by July 2004. Resarchers should read the "Using the Collections" page and the "Policies Fees and Forms" page.
Author: Don DeLillo, at the New York
Times. You have to register to use the site,
but it's free. Read reviews and interviews,
listen to DeLillo (using RealAudio). Site
established in March 1997 as Life
and Times: Don DeLillo (title and location
changed in February 2001). The Times also
co-sponsored a now-defunct Authors
of Intrigue site on DeLillo, which provided
the same information as the "Life and Times"
- Guardian Unlimited Books: Don DeLillo. Includes brief bio. and links to Guardian articles. Site probably established February 2001.
noise on white noise, maintained by Michael
Sippey (editor of Stating the Obvious, an
on-line zine). A hyperlinked "collection of 36
randomly selected fragments of text from Don
DeLillo's novel." Site established in March
About DeLillo's White Noise,
maintained by Philipp Schweighauser (Department
of English, University of Basel, Switzerland).
Site established in April 1999.
About DeLillo's Libra, maintained by
Philipp Schweighauser (Department of English,
University of Basel, Switzerland). Site
established in May 2000.
- Andrew Hearst, Annotation of the first page of White Noise, with help from Don DeLillo (Panopticist, 22 Feb. 2005).
- Don DeLillo. Wikipedia entry, initiated September 2002.
- The Literary Encyclopedia: Don DeLillo, by Stephen Burn. October 2003. Only the first 600 words can be read by non-subscribers.
- "Our Guide to the Don DeLillo Ouvre" by Sam Anderson, Chris Bonanos, John Homans, Jared Hohlt, Boris Kachka, Hugo Lindgren, and Ben Williams. New York Magazine.
7 May 2007.
- PEN American Center: Don DeLillo. Here you'll find a link where you can listen to DeLillo reading "Dreaming of Richard" by Jeanette Belmar from the play Guantánamo. Page undated except for its 2004 copyright.
Compulsive Reader featuring DeLillo's The
Body Artist, written and maintained by
Maggie Ball. Review of Body Artist, "Fast
Facts" about DeLillo, and additional resources.
Site established in February 2001.
- "Don DeLillo, Stadium Vendor" by Ryan Boudinot (McSweeneys, 19 Jan. 2004): parody of Underworld's opening.