Delbanco, Nicholas F(ranklin)
DELBANCO, Nicholas F(ranklin)
DELBANCO, Nicholas F(ranklin). American (born England), b. 1942. Genres: Novels, Plays/Screenplays, Autobiography/Memoirs, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Bennington College, Vermont, member of faculty, Dept. of Language and Literature, 1966-; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Robert Frost Collegiate Professor of English, 1985-. Visiting professor, Columbia and Iowa Univs., Skidmore, Trinity and Williams Colleges. Publications: The Martlet's Tale, 1966, screenplay, 1970; Grasse, 3/23/66, 1968; Consider Sappho Burning, 1969; News, 1970; In the Middle Distance, 1971; Fathering, 1973; Small Rain, 1975; Possession, 1977; Sherbrookes, 1978; Stillness, 1980; Group Portrait: Conrad, Crane, Ford, James, and Wells, 1982; About My Table and Other Stories, 1983; The Beaux Arts Trio: A Portrait, 1985; Running in Place: Scenes from the South of France (memoir), 1989; The Writers' Trade and Other Stories, 1990; In the Name of Mercy, 1995; Old Scores, 1997; The Lost Suitcase: Reflections on the Literary Life, 2000; What Remains, 2000; The Countess of Stanlein Restored, 2001. Address: 428 Concord St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1706, U.S.A.