Books and articles about the life of Joyce Carol Oates.
"You, Charlie, must realize, now — a little late, you might believe — that he who marries a novelist must expect to see himself in print long before he sees himself in clover."
As the editor and publisher of the distinguished literary magazine Ontario Review and of Ontario Review Press, and as the husband of novelist Joyce Carol Oates, Ray led a rich and full life devoted not only to his work and his marriage but also to numerous friends in the Princeton area and beyond.
For more than three decades, Joyce Carol Oates has been hailed as one of the most significant and enduring writers of the twentieth century. Brilliantly inventive and astonishingly prolific, she […]
By Greg Johnson Originally published in A Reader’s Guide to the Recent Novels of Joyce Carol Oates Copyright © 1996 by Greg Johnson Joyce Carol Oates has often expressed an […]
Photography Session —in memory of Jim Jacobs You died on Wednesday. On Friday I’m hauled by limousine to be photographed for a magazine feature, Charles Street near Varick, a garbagey […]
Full Lists of Awards & Honors: Awards for Individual Works Works in Award Anthologies Career Awards Recent Awards & Honors Superior Achievement in Short Fiction, 2016 nomination: “The Crawl Space” Superior […]