Joyce Carol Oates

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Guest Picks: Joyce Carol Oates

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Novelist Joyce Carol Oates told us that when it comes to theater, she (unsurprisingly) recommends Greek Tragedy. 


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WNYC Presents 'Answer Songs' with Joyce Carol Oates

Thursday, July 23, 2015

7:00 PM

Thurs, July 23 | WNYC's Leonard Lopate hosts this exploration of the hazy intersection between literature and music with Joyce Carol Oates and songwriter/novelist Ben Arthur

Joyce Carol Oates' Take on Tawana Brawley Case

Friday, February 06, 2015

The prolific and acclaimed novelist Joyce Carol Oates has a new book out, and the plot and characters beat a strong-resemblance to the real-life Tawana Brawley story.

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December-January's Book: The Gravedigger's Daughter, by Joyce Carol Oates

Monday, January 07, 2013

Joyce Carol Oates has been called one of the most quintessentially American writers. She’s also one of the most prolific, with more than 70 books to her name. The Leonard Lopate Show ...

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Joyce Carol Oates: New Jersey Noir

Monday, October 31, 2011

Renowned novelist and now editor of New Jersey Noir, Joyce Carol Oates, talks about the book and what it reflects about the state of New Jersey.

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Joyce Carol Oates on A Widow's Story

Monday, February 21, 2011

Joyce Carol Oates discusses her new memoir, A Widow's Story, about coming to terms with her husband’s sudden death and coping with the reality of widowhood, for which she was totally unprepared. 

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Little Bird of Heaven

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Bestselling author Joyce Carol Oates on her latest novel, Little Bird of Heaven, a dark, romantic, tale, set in the Great Lakes region of upstate New York, the same setting of her previous novels We Were the Mulvaneys and The Gravedigger's Daughter.

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Joyce Carol Oates

Friday, June 22, 2007

Joyce Carol Oates' new novel, her 36th, is called The Gravedigger's Daughter. It's an imagined account of her own grandmother's life. Oates knew her great-grandparents ...