Essays, articles, memoirs … these forms are wrongly considered unimaginative, or, in any case, considered somehow less significant than the imaginative writer’s ‘real’ work. As if one does not speak in a variety of voices, in a variety of modes.

—Joyce Carol Oates, “Preface,” (Woman) Writer: Occasions and Opportunities


For a fuller accounting of Joyce Carol Oates’s publications, see: The Glass Ark: A Joyce Carol Oates Bibliography

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