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Joyce Carol Oates' 'Lovely, Dark, Deep' Is Not Bad, Pretty Good, Okay
20 Nov 2014 // 2:00 AM
A line in one of the stories here neatly summarizes Oates’ works: “In private, a nervous collapse is an illness. In public, it can be a career.”
Vampire Sodomy in Princeton: Joyce Carol Oates' 'The Accursed'
28 Apr 2013 // 6:05 PM
Joyce Carol Oates's most recent sprawling novel concerns blood-sucking sodomites, shape-shifters, and ghosts. You'll also find a colorful cast of real-world characters: Teddy Roosevelt, Jack London, Sam Clemens, and more...
Joyce Carol Oates advises widows in frank, insightful book
4 Mar 2011 // 1:00 AM
ST. LOUIS — Joyce Carol Oates is saying out loud what you suspected her inner voice might be whispering to her: "I don't really like tours
Prolific Author Joyce Carol Oates Struggles to Write Through a Year of Loss
17 Mar 2009 // 11:15 PM
Since Joyce Carol Oates' first novel With Shuddering Fall came out in 1964, she has averaged two books a year. Many of them are novels, though