Joyce Carol Oates
|Full Name:||Joyce Carol Oates|
|Born:||June 16, 1938
Lockport, New York
|Occupation:||Novelist, Short Story Writer, Playwright, Poet, Literary Critic, Professor, Editor|
Joyce Carol Oates is a recipient of the National Medal of Humanities, the National Book Critics Circle Ivan Sandrof Lifetime Achievement Award, the National Book Award, and the PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence in Short Fiction. She has written some of the most enduring fiction of our time, including the bestsellers Blonde, a finalist for the National Book Award, and The Falls, winner of the 2005 Prix Femina. She is a professor of humanities at Princeton University.
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- Video: Joyce Carol Oates on Writing : The New Yorker
In this video, Oates discusses writing, her daily routine, and her idea of her own personality.
- The Millions : New Joyce Carol Oates Story
Recommended Reading: ?Sex with Camel? by Joyce Carol Oates. As she tweeted, ?Never thought, when I was a child in wilds of upstate NY, that I would grow up to write a story with such a title.? ...
- This Week in Fiction: Joyce Carol Oates : The New Yorker
A conversation with Joyce Carol Oates on her story ?Mastiff,? imperfect characters, and sympathy.
- 10 Tips on Writing from Joyce Carol Oates | Brain Pickings
In a recent tweeting spree, the inimitable Joyce Carol Oates offered ten tips on writing ? a fine addition to this master-list of famous authors' wisdom on the craft. Write your heart out. The first sentence can be written only after ...
- The Writing Life of Joyce Carol Oates | Open Culture
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEnROS8bcTI Joyce Carol Oates is often described as America's foremost woman of letters. Since 1963 she has published more.
- Joyce Carol Oates: To Marlon Brando In Hell | Port Magazine - Part 1
Joyce Carol Oates: To Marlon Brando In Hell. Exclusively for Port, celebrated author Joyce Carol Oates pens an Open Letter to the legendary award winning actor. The Godfather, Brando and Coppola. Because you suffocated ...
- Maureen Dowd joins Joyce Carol Oates as expert on gender ...
Maureen Dowd on Saudi Arabia: where women are treated worse by men than anywhere else on the planet.
- Joyce Carol Oates Reviews Philip Larkin's "A Girl In Winter" | New ...
Philip Larkin would have been 91 today. In his honor, Joyce Carol Oates's review of his second novel, as originally published in The New Republic.
- The Millions : A Virtuoso at Work: Joyce Carol Oates Turns 75
cover Joyce Carol Oates turned 75 years old yesterday, and she's now writing some of the best fiction of her career. More than any other American novelist of her generation, Oates has been ruthless in questioning her ...
- BOMB Magazine: Joyce Carol Oates by Stuart Spencer
Joyce Carol Oates writes close to the bone. She is as unsparing with her ?autobiographical? characters, as she is fascinated with the murderers (serial, accidental, penitent), racists (black and white), liars, sociopaths, boxers (champs and ...
- Joyce Carol Oates Ignites Twitter Controversy - GalleyCat
Novelist Joyce Carol Oates wrote a series of controversial Twitter posts about Egypt and Islam today, prompting many writers to respond. Below, we've collected her Twitter posts and some of the responses from writers around ...
- Please Stop Tweeting, Joyce Carol Oates - Jezebel
A few days ago, scarily prolific writer Joyce Carol Oates decided to start tweeting ignorant racist thoughts on all sorts of topics! Why? Who knows!
- Did Joyce Carol Oates Mean to Blame Islam for Rape in Egypt ...
Who doesn't sometimes sit around and wish that they could be half as prolific as Joyce Carol Oates? The 75-year-old author falls just after Philip Roth on the list of America's most decorated writers (both are equally Nobel ...
- Joyce Carol Oates's Writing Tips, New Joseph Heller Story, and ...
A never-before-seen Joseph Heller story will appear this week in the Strand; Taffy Brodesser-Akner gleans what can be learned about the creative process when writers are forced to produce; Biographile explains why the ...
- Paris Review ? Joyce Carol Oates Gives Questionable Advice, and ...
jcolarge. ?If you want to get the news from poems, you've come to the right place.? That would be the Boston Review. So much for reading being its own reward. This principal eats worms when his students meet reading goals.