Blending the Lines of Genre with Joyce Carol Oates
Legendary writer Joyce Carol Oates is a master of blending the lines of genre. In her most recent anthology, Night Neon, she employs eerily multidimensional characters, elements of hallucination and memory loss, and a unique blend of literary and genre fiction to develop gripping, unsuspecting horror stories. Oates, a staple in the writing industry, released her first short story, Where Are You Going? Where Have You Been? in 1966 and has since published over 70 books and received multiple Pulitzer nominations. To order Night Neon and Breathe, her latest release, follow the link below. From Amazon.com: Joyce Carol Oates is the author of more than 70 books, including novels, short story collections, poetry volumes, plays, essays, and criticism, including the national bestsellers We Were the Mulvaneys and Blonde. Among her many honors are the PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence in Short Fiction and the National Book Award. Oates is the Roger S. Berlind Distinguished Professor of the Humanities at Princeton University, and has been a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters since 1978. Whether you’re traditionally published or indie, writing a good book is only the first step in becoming a successful author. The days of just turning a manuscript into your editor and walking away are gone. If you want to succeed in today’s publishing world, you need to understand every aspect of the business - editing, formatting, marketing, contracts. It all starts with a good book, then the real work begins. Join international bestselling author J.D. Barker and indie powerhouses, J. Thorn and Zach Bohannon, as they gain unique insight and valuable advice from the most prolific and accomplished authors in the business. In this episode, you’ll discover: How to create multidimensional characters The difference between literary fiction and genre fiction What makes a ghost How physical activity influences creativity The benefits of outlining on paper Links: J. D. Barker - http://jdbarker.com/ J. Thorn - https://theauthorlife.com/ Zach Bohannon - https://zachbohannon.com/ Joyce Carol Oates - https://twitter.com/JoyceCarolOates?s=20 Night Neon - https://mybook.to/NightNeon Breathe - https://mybook.to/BreatheNovel Story Rubric - http://storyrubric.com Nonfic Rubric - http://nonficrubric.com Proudly sponsored by Kobo Writing Life - https://kobowritinglife.com/ Music by Nicorus - https://cctrax.com/nicorus/dust-to-dust-ep Voice Over by Rick Ganley - http://www.nhpr.com and recorded at Mill Pond Studio - http://www.millpondstudio.com Contact - https://writersinkpodcast.com/contact/ *Full disclosure: Some of the links are affiliate links.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/writersink/support
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Love, Loss, and Meaning in Life: World-Renowned Therapist Irvin Yalom & Joyce Carol Oates
Bay Area Book Festival Podcast
A powerful conversation between renowned psychiatrist Irvin Yalom & one of the most honored authors in American letters, Joyce Carol Oates. This heartfelt talk explores universal questions of intimacy, love, and grief.
Editors Unedited: Gabriella Doob Interviews Joyce Carol Oates, Author of BREATHE
The Library Love Fest Podcast
On this episode, we feature a conversation between Joyce Carol Oates, author of BREATHE, and her editor Gabriella Doob, Editor at Ecco. BREATHE publishes on August 3, 2021.Find show notes here: bit.ly/PodcastJCOFor more information, go to librarylovefest.com.You can find us on Facebook (@librarylovefest), Twitter (@librarylovefest), and Instagram (@harperlibrary). We also have a voicemail! Give us a call at 212-207-7773.
Zibby interviewed literary legend Joyce Carol Oates as part of Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center's 'Women on the Move' series. Their recorded conversation, released here as a podcast, touches on Oates's two newest releases, American Melancholy and The (Other) You, as well as how she has approached writing during the pandemic. Purchase your copy on Amazon or BookshopSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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The Tim Ferriss Show
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OATES-TOBER! "The Temple" by Joyce Carol Oates (with Malu Mirones)
Oates-tober comes to an end! Malu Mirones (AP FILM by Film School Professionals) brings the shortest story ever to wrap up our month of Joyce Carol Oats! Also: the most intense game of Gatekeeper ever! Also: the show gains a celebrity nemesis! 30:08 A Literary Game1:07:58 Final ThoughtsTopgallantRadio.com - Radio for sailors