Joyce Carol Oates in Chicago March 15

February 28, 2010

If you’re a fan, you’ll have two chances Monday, March 15, 2010, to see–and maybe even ask a question of–Joyce Carol Oates at the Chicago Public Library.  At 2:30, British Oates scholar Gavin Cologne-Brooks moderates a question and answer session with  the author.  Then, at 6 p.m., Donna Seaman, an associate editor of Booklist and Chicago Public Radio book critic, engages  Oates in conversation about her wide-ranging body of work.  These events are presented by the Columbia College Fiction Writing Department as part of their Story Week 2010.
Among Oates’s more than one hundred books in every genre imaginable, are the Oprah Book Club selection We Were the Mulvaneys, National Book Award finalists Blonde and The Gravedigger’s Daughter, New York Times best seller The Falls, and her latest suspense thriller, A Fair Maiden.


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