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United States writer (born in 1934)


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Her book of lightly fictionalized autobiographical sketches published in 1974, Eve's Hollywood, didn't get the notice that Didion's work did, but it was fresh, witty and buzzy.
Full disclosure: We gave a passing thought to the idea of just reprinting Didion's essay.
FUNNY THAT EVERY PLACE Joan Didion visits is falling apart.
JOAN Didion uses Biblical analogues in her novel Play It As It Lays (1970) to recount the American western narrative she learned in her youth, "the story that the wilderness was and is redemptive" ("Thinking About Western Thinking" 14).
Attendees represented the companies of Bader Rutter, Didion Milling, Kuhn North America, MorganMyers and more.
Geneticist John Didion and colleagues examined DNA samples from wild mice from Europe, the United States and elsewhere to determine how widespread R2d2 has become.
(5) But to give my examination more focus, I will turn here to a twentieth-century group of practitioners of the Los Angeles variant of Noir nonfiction: the activist, architectural critic, and prizewinning historian of Los Angeles, Mike Davis; the novelist, screenwriter, and journalist Joan Didion; and perhaps the most overlooked craftsman of the same trades, Didion's husband, the late John Gregory Dunne.
In their respective bereavement narratives, Joan Didion, Joyce Carol Oates, and Anne Roiphe admit that after losing a life partner their world crumbled and so did their sense of self.
Also, "the bookshelves still hold treasures signed and sorted by authors such as Faulkner, Mailer, Capote and Didion," the listing reads.
Griffin Dunne, Brent Lange's "Griffin Dunne on Joan Didion Doc's Kickstarter Success: 'We Were Flabbergasted'"
Didion filed last month with the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Board for a permit to brew beer.
John Didion had already signed a letter of intent to attend Brigham Young when Rich Brooks, then an assistant at Oregon State, traveled to see Didion play in a California all-star game.
Yet in its August 15, 2013, issue, I counted two female contributors out of 29, one of whom was Joan Didion, an NYRB regular.