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Back in the summer of 2004, after reading that Joyce Carol Oates was giving an author talk at a local library, I decided to print out the first chapter of my novel, Lily Steps Out (Penumbra Publishing 2012), enclose it in a SASE and bring it to the reading...
Before settling in Great Barrington, Massachusetts in 1982, Geoffrey Young spent student years in Santa Barbara (UCSB), and Albuquerque (UNM), then lived for two years in Paris (a Fulbright Fellowship year followed by a six-month stint working for La...
Jeyamohan, as only Jeyamohan does, stirred a hornets nest with his remarks on the literary merits, or lack thereof, of women writers in Tamil. What started as a legitimate debate soon degenerated into blatant sexism and personal innuendoes amply abetted...
Staff Rosenbach Museum sues Maurice Sendak Foundation; 1944 John Steinbeck story published for the first time; texts from Jane Eyre; and other news. Page 1 This is all the info relevant to page 1 of the article. Every day Poets & Writers Magazine...
HE WAS a novelist and short story writer, poet and playwright. He hung out with Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams, Katherine Anne Porter, Anaïs Nin, and Frieda Lawrence. He was an editor at McGraw-Hill and teacher at such prestigious universities as...
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The Malahat Review, established in 1967, is among Canada’s leading literary journals. Published quarterly, it features contemporar...
A Joyce Carol Oates Patchwork
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 no...