Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
Most writing that appears seamless likely has been stitched, unstitched, and stitched again.
Visionary, iconoclast, eccentric. What does ‘original’ really mean — and from where does originiality originate?
Novelist Nicholas Delbanco pens an ode to readers’ pulp-and-paper Shangri-La: the bookstore.
Nicholas Delbanco packs up his personal library and opens the chapter to a new era in life.
Nicholas Delbanco reflects on a plague confounding artists across the ages: the risk of repetition.
In “A Writer Worth Reading,” Detroit Public Television partners with U-M historians to explore the University’s commitment to “the new, the unusual, and the radical.”
Nicholas Delbanco illustrates how language that once seemed transgressive is now quite routine.
Novelist Nicholas Delbanco examines our changing language, letter by letter.
Nicholas Delbanco explores the literary and linguistic through line connecting everything from Elizabethan sonnets to modern street slang.