There’s a good review by John Banville in the Financial Times of a Don DeLillo short story collection, Don DeLillo: The Angel Esmeralda: Nine Stories. The stories are dated 1979 to 2010. Here’s a beautiful passage Banville quotes from “the 1983 story ‘Human Moments in World War III,’ a futuristic piece that might be from the word-processor of Stanislaw Lem or even Philip K. Dick:”
… floating over the continents, seeing the rim of the world, a line as clear as a compass arc, knowing it is just a turning of the bend to Atlantic twilight, to sediment plumes and kelp beds, an island chain glowing in the dusky sea.
Banville concludes the review with this pitch-perfect description of DeLillo: “this most inventive, elegant and subversive dreamer of contemporary nightmares.”