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All the Books Show: Episode 83 - Bound Together

Episode 83. It feels like yesterday we were recording Episode 82. How the weeks go by.

This week, we talk about a bunch of stuff but the main topic is our favorite female authors. 138 more words


The Glass Ark: A Joyce Carol Oates Bibliography

The Glass Ark is a bibliography of works by and about Joyce Carol Oates covering her entire career, from the 1950s to the present.

Documenting the work of JCO is a task that would daunt even the diligent cartographer Emmanuel Bellefleur, and I make no claims to his thoroughness; consequently, you will find portions of this bibliography to be variously incomplete, inconsistent, and messy. 408 more words

Joyce Carol Oates

Time to pack our bags and fly away

This book-reading binge has to stop. Another 10 books so far this month and I’m about to finish no 11! You can check out the list and quick thoughts on them below, but first a little announcement… 487 more words


Review: Blood Related by William Cook

William Cook is a painter of impressions and moods, artfully rendering complex, authentic characters and weaving a twisted, darkly psychological narrative.

In his exploration of the minds of a pair of prolific serial killers (those peculiar creatures of popular morbid interest), Cook introduces us to the Cunningham  brothers – products of a long hereditary line of aberrant, pathological behaviors. 196 more words

Middle Age: A Romance

Middle Age: A Romance by Joyce Carol Oates
Published by Harper Perennial
Published 1 October 2002
480 pages

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Buy the book: UK (affiliate’s link) 330 more words


The Falls... by Joyce Carol Oates

Some time ago, I read Daddy Love by Joyce Carol Oates. I did not give it a favorable review due to subject matter and personal dislikes within the actual writing. 871 more words

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