Joyce Carol Oates

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Author and Professor of Creative Writing at Princeton University

Joyce Carol Oates on KCRW

Joyce Carol Oates raises questions about memory – ethics, what it means to love, identity, and the ability to engage, and takes us on a trip down memory lane with a reading from a…

Joyce Carol Oates: The Man Without a Shadow

Joyce Carol Oates raises questions about memory – ethics, what it means to love, identity, and the ability to engage, and takes us on a trip down memory lane with a reading from a…

from Bookworm

Joyce Carol Oates shapes a novel from the Tawana Brawley scandal of the 1980's.

Joyce Carol Oates: The Sacrifice

Joyce Carol Oates shapes a novel from the Tawana Brawley scandal of the 1980's.

from Bookworm

Our discussion of this anthology, written by incarcerated men and women, divides between the shocking realism of the stories and Oates’ experience as editor of the collection.

Joyce Carol Oates: Prison Noir

Our discussion of this anthology, written by incarcerated men and women, divides between the shocking realism of the stories and Oates’ experience as editor of the collection.

from Bookworm

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