Joyce Carol Oates, 2018

Beth Garrabrandt

Joyce Carol Oates

Joyce Carol Oates is the author, most recently, of Breathe, a novel, and Night, Neon: Tales of Suspense and ­Mystery. She is Visiting Distinguished Professor in the ­English Department at Rutgers in the spring of 2022 and the 2020 ­recipient of the Cino del Duca World Prize. (February 2022)


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