A bibliography of criticism on JCO's famous story.
Joyce Carol Oates’s prize-winning story “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” takes up troubling subjects that continue to occupy her in her fiction: the romantic longings and limited […]
Connie is always at the mercy of men who will come with a vehicle to take her away, to take her somewhere else. Women have no agency, no vehicle, no wheels. It's not coincidental that Arnold Friend's golden convertible is part of his magic.
Katherine Bastian Joyce Carol Oates’s Short Stories Between Tradition and Innovation Frankfurt am Main : Verlag P. Lang, 1983 Eileen Teper Bender Joyce Carol Oates: Artist in Residence Bloomington : Indiana University […]
Bearing Witness: Joyce Carol Oates Studies is a peer-reviewed, open-access scholarly journal focusing on the writing of Joyce Carol Oates and related subjects, with the goal of advancing knowledge of and […]
These manuscript images have been selected from the Joyce Carol Oates Papers in the Special Collections Research Center at the Syracuse University Libraries. Images were chosen for their intrinsic visual […]
This accounting of the Archive's contents revealed that many of the accepted notions about this author's work, and her work habits, were sheer nonsense, fabrications by critics and so-called "literary journalists" who had, for the past quarter-century, tirelessly speculated, complained and just plain gossiped about the phenomenon of "Oates."
Joyce Carol Oates answers the frequently asked question: Joyce Carol Oates in San Francisco, City Arts & Lectures, 2004. Joyce Carol Oates on Dylan’s “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue” […]