Joyce Carol Oates Joins The Twitter Community

Joyce Carol Oates Joins Twitter

Yes, you've read right. Joyce Carol Oates, legend of American letters and author of classic novels such as Blonde and Black Water, has joined Twitter for our entertainment (and presumably hers). How are her tweets? Awesome. Without further ado, here are a few samples on a different array of subjects.

On Domestic Life

On Publishing

On the Nature of Twitter (metatweeting?)

 

If you want to follow this pillar of American fiction, you can do so HERE. Not sure how long she'll keep interested, but I'll take this relief from the boredom of afternoons in the office while it lasts

Image of Blonde: A Novel
Author: Joyce Carol Oates
Price: $24.91
Publisher: HarpPeren (2001)
Binding: Paperback, 738 pages
Image of Black Water
Author: Joyce Carol Oates
Price: $11.77
Publisher: Plume (1993)
Binding: Paperback, 160 pages
Benoît Lelièvre

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Benoît Lelièvre is twenty-nine years old and lives in Montreal,Canada. His fiction has been published in Needle Magazine, Crime Factory, Beat to a Pulp: Hardboiled, Shotgun Honey and The Flash Fiction Offensive, amongst others. When he's not furiously typing away, he's watching hockey, studying martial arts, consuming pop culture or kicking back with his better half and his dog. He blogs out of Dead End Follies, where he reviews books, movies and chronicles his existence.

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Richard's picture
Richard from St. Louis is reading various anthologies November 1, 2012 - 10:11am

off to follow. sweet.

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JEFFREY GRANT BARR from Central OR is reading Nothing but fucking Shakespeare, for the rest of my life November 1, 2012 - 11:25am

This is awesome. If anyone can meta-mind-fuck Twitter, it's JCO. Love me some JCO.

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Ben666 from Montreal, Canada is reading Scar Tissue, by Marcus Sakey November 1, 2012 - 12:30pm

She's been on social media for a little over a week and she's already better than most people at it. Love her. One of my favorite female writers.