My Joyce Carol Oates review on PopMatters

This morning PopMatters is running another review of mine, this time on Joyce Carol Oates’s novel My Sister, My Love.

(I’ll be writing more substantive blog entries again soon–it’s been a busy couple of weeks, and most of my writing time has been dedicated to working on an essay for the Virginia Quarterly Review‘s Young Reviewers Contest, which I’ve now completed and submitted.)


2 Responses to “My Joyce Carol Oates review on PopMatters”

  1. 1 Vikram Johri October 7, 2008 at 8:43 AM

    Hi Ryan, I have submitted an entry to the VQR contest as well. Which book did you select? Mine was a book on Indian history, “Vishnu’s Crowded Temple”.

  2. 2 goodreadings October 7, 2008 at 9:35 AM

    I wrote about Chris Adrian’s story collection A Better Angel.

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