Joan Didion

Standard Name: Didion, Joan


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Literary responses Flannery O'Connor
Reviews were more mixed than for FOC 's previous book, but included some responses from reviewers and friends that that delighted her, notably comments from Joan Didion and Elizabeth Bishop .
Gooch, Brad. Flannery. Little, Brown and Co., 2009.
Textual Production Zoë Fairbairns
The preface says that the volume does not pretend to offer answers or solutions. Nor does it attempt to promote a particular political position.
Ebersole, Lucinda, and Richard Peabody. “Preface”. Coming to Terms: A Literary Response to Abortion, edited by Lucinda Ebersole and Richard Peabody, The New Press, 1994, p. xiii - xiv.
It includes a diverse array of writers including Alice Walker


The novelRun River, first book by US writer Joan Didion (already a journalist), launched a literary career of more than forty years in fiction and essays.
7 March 1989
A number of US publishers and writers (including Joan Didion and Barbara Goldsmith ) pledged themselves to the use of acid-free paper only.