Don DeLillo - List of Works

List of Works

Novels
  • Americana (1971)
  • End Zone (1972)
  • Great Jones Street (1973)
  • Ratner's Star (1976)
  • Players (1977)
  • Running Dog (1978)
  • Amazons (1980) (under pseudonym "Cleo Birdwell")
  • The Names (1982)
  • White Noise (1985)
  • Libra (1988)
  • Mao II (1991)
  • Underworld (1997) (see also Pafko at the Wall, the prologue of Underworld which was published separately in Harper's in Oct. 1992)
  • The Body Artist (2001)
  • Cosmopolis (2003)
  • Falling Man (2007)
  • Point Omega (2010)
Short story collections
  • The Angel Esmeralda: Nine Stories (2011)
Short stories
  • The River Jordan (1960) (First published in Epoch 10, No. 2 (Winter 1960), pp. 105–120.)
  • Take the "A" Train (1962) (First published in Epoch 12, No. 1 (Spring 1962) pp. 9–25.)
  • "Spaghetti and Meatballs" (1965) (First published in Epoch 14, No. 3 (Spring 1965) pp. 244–250)
  • "Coming Sun.Mon.Tues." (1966) (First published in Kenyon Review 28, No. 3 (June 1966), pp. 391–394.)
  • "Baghdad Towers West" (1967) (First published in Epoch 17, 1968, pp. 195–217.)
  • "The Uniforms" (1970) (First published in Carolina Quarterly 22, 1970, pp. 4–11.)
  • In the Men's Room of the Sixteenth Century (1971) (First published in Esquire, Dec. 1971, pp. 174–177, 243, 246.)
  • Total Lost Weekend (1972) (First published in Sports Illustrated, Nov. 27, 1972, pp. 98–101+)
  • Creation (1979) (First published in Antaeus No. 33, Spring 1979, pp. 32–46.)
  • "The Sightings" (1979) (First published in Weekend Magazine (Summer Fiction Issue, out of Toronto), August 4, 1979, pp. 26–30.)
  • "Human Moments in World War III" (1983) (First published in Esquire, July 1983, pp. 118–126.)
  • "The Ivory Acrobat" (1988) (First published in Granta 25, Autumn 1988, pp. 199–212.)
  • "The Runner" (1988) (First published in Harper's, Sept. 1988, pp. 61–63.)
  • "Pafko at the Wall" (1992) (First published in Harper's, Oct. 1992, pp. 35–70.)
  • "The Angel Esmeralda" (1995) (First published in Esquire, May 1994, pp. 100–109.)
  • "Baader-Meinhof" (2002) (First published in New Yorker, 1 April 2002, pp. 78–82.)
  • "Still Life" (2007) (First published in New Yorker, April 9, 2007)
  • "Midnight in Dostoevsky" (2009) (First Published in New Yorker, November 30, 2009)
  • "The Border of Fallen Bodies" (2009) (First Published in Esquire, April 21, 2009)
  • Hammer and Sickle (2010) (First published in Harper's, Dec. 2010, pp. 63–74)
Plays
  • The Engineer of Moonlight (1979)
  • The Day Room (first production 1986)
  • Valparaiso (first production 1999)
  • Love-Lies-Bleeding (first production 2005)
  • The Word for Snow (first production in 2007)
Screenplays
  • Game 6 (2005), the story of a playwright (played by Michael Keaton) and his obsession with the Boston Red Sox and the 1986 World Series, was written in the early 1990s, but wasn't produced until 2005, ironically one year after the Red Sox won their first World Series title in 86 years. To date, it is DeLillo's only work for film.
Significant essays
  • "American Blood: A Journey through the Labyrinth of Dallas and JFK" (1983) (Published in Rolling Stone, Dec. 8, 1983. DeLillo's first major published essay. Seen as signposting his interest in the JFK assassination that would ultimately lead to Libra)
  • "Salman Rushdie Defense" (1994) (Co-written with Paul Auster in defense of Salman Rushdie following the announcement of a fatwa upon him after the publication of The Satanic Verses)
  • "The Artist Naked in a Cage" (1997)(A short piece ran in The New Yorker on May 26, 1997, pages 6–7. An address delivered on May 13, 1997 at the New York Public Library's event "Stand In for Wei Jingsheng.")
  • "The Power of History" (1997) (Published in the Sept. 7, 1997 issue of the New York Times Magazine. Preceded the publication of Underworld and was viewed by many as a rationale for the novel)
  • "A History of the Writer Alone in a Room" (1999) (This piece is the acceptance address given by DeLillo on the occasion of being awarded the Jerusalem Prize in 1999. A small pamphlet was printed with this address, an address by Scribner editor-in-chief Nan Graham, the Jury's Citation and an address by Jerusalem mayor Ehud Olmert. It was reprinted in a German translation in Die Zeit in 2001. The piece is in five numbered sections, and is about five pages long.)
  • "In the Ruins of the Future" (Dec 2001) (This short essay appeared in Harper's magazine, December 2001 issue, pages 33–40. It concerns the Sept 11 incidents, terrorism, and America. It consists of eight numbered sections.)

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