Percival EverettDistinguished Professor of English
Phone: (213) 821-0477
Office: THH 431
- M.A. Fiction, Brown University, 1/1982
- Professor, University of California, Riverside, 01/01/1992-01/01/1998
- Professor, University of Notre Dame, 01/01/1988-01/01/1991
- Associate Professor, University of Kentucky, 01/01/1985-01/01/1988
- Everett II, P. L. (2007). Wounded. St. Paul, MN: Gray Wolf.
- Everett II, P. L. (2006). re:f(gesture. Red Hen Press.
- Everett II, P. L. (2004). American Desert. Greece: Polis Publishing Ltd..
- Everett II, P. L. Erasure, 2001.
- Everett II, P. L. Grand Canyon, Inc., 2001.
- Everett II, P. L. Percival Everett, Glyph, 1999.
- Everett II, P. L. Percival Everett, Frenzy, 1997.
- Everett II, P. L. The One That Got Away, 1992.
- Everett II, P. L. God's Country, 1994.
- book, re:f(gesture), 2005-2006
- book, The Water Cure, 2007-2008
- book, I Am Not Sidney Poitier, a novel, 2009-2010
- Book, Abstracktion und Einfuhlung, 2008-2009
- Book, The Water Cure, 2007-2008
- Book, Damned If I Do, 2004-2005
- Book, Glyph, 1999-2000
- USC Distinguished Professor, 2/12/2007-
- Believer Book Award (I Am Not Sidney Poitier), 2010-2011
- Huston/Wright Legacy Award 2010, 2010-2011
- Prmio Vallombrosa Gregor von Rezzori Prize (Italy), 2010-2011
- The Charles Angoff Award, 2010-2011
- The Dos PassosPrize in Literature, 2010-2011
- PEN USA Literary Award, 2006-2007
- American Academy of Arts and Letters, Literature Award, 4/2003
- Recipient of National or International Prize in Discipline, Hurston/Wright Legacy Award for "Erasure", 2002
- USC Phi Kappa Phi Faculty Recognition Award, 2002
- Hillsdale Award, The Fellowship of Southern Writers, 2001
- Lila Wallace-Readers Digest Fellowship, Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1994
- Recipient of National or International Prize in Discipline, New American Writing Award for "Zulus", 1990
- Director, Ph.D. Program in Literature and Creative Writing, 2009-2010
- Fiction Editor, CALLALOO, 1994
Academic Appointment, Affiliation, and Employment History
Description of Research
Summary Statement of Research Interests
Professor Everett researches American studies and critical theory and creates his own works of fiction, including 15 novels and collections. He recently won the 2002 Hurston/Wright Legacy Award for his novel Erasure, a satiric indictment of race and publishing in America.
Multimedia Scholarship and Creative Works
Honors and Awards
Service to the University
Service to the Profession
Editorships and Editorial Boards
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