Joyce Carol Oates

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Noun1.Joyce Carol Oates - United States writer (born in 1938)
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HHH HH PROLIFIC American novelist Joyce Carol Oates turns her attention to sci-fi in her latest novel.
In Joyce Carol Oates' future America, history and free thought are off-limits.
Joyce Carol Oates, with a prolificacy that enables her to be ever-timely, has joined the fray, exploring our power to analyze and resist the world around us in her latest novel, Hazards of Time Travel.
Contributors Jonathan Ames, Lee Child, Sloane Crosley, Joshua Ferris, Chip Kidd, Alain Mabanckou and Joyce Carol Oates will read selections from the book and discuss their experiences with the project at a launch event on Friday, Oct.
Kenya's Ngugi wa Thiong'o, Norway's Jon Fosse, Romania's Mircea Cartarescu and American author Joyce Carol Oates have also been mentioned by pundits, but the Swedish Academy has -- as always -- given no indication of its preferences.
From the personal reflections of Will Weaver and Chris Crutcher in the prologue to Joyce Carol Oates's unsettling final story of guns and mental illness, each piece presents a unique perspective on the complex connections between teens and guns.
As a writer of fiction about Western New York, Forster ranks right up there with Joyce Carol Oates as a master of the genre.
Profiling prominent figures from Sigmund Freud to Woody Allen to Joyce Carol Oates and posing questions such as "Is religion good for women?" Moment encourages its readers to form educated opinions.
NEW YORK -- Criticism of the PEN American Center's decision to honor the French magazine Charlie Hebdo continues as more than 30 writers, including Junot Diaz and Joyce Carol Oates, signed a letter calling the award ''particularly disheartening.''
Next on the reading pile are The Secret Place by Tana French, Prison Noir edited by Joyce Carol Oates and Deadline by John Sanford.
It has been reported the Oscar-nominated star is on the verge of signing up to appear in the movie adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates' novel Blonde.
Carthage by Joyce Carol Oates. Publisher: Fourth Estate.