Joyce Carol Oates on "Zombie"

Joyce Carol Oates talks to the NY Times about the stage adaptation of her novella, “Zombie”:

“It’s a one-man play…a monologue, as if from the inside of a very troubled man’s head. You’re really descended into his soul.”

From the NY Times‘ review of the play:

“Quentin P. seems a familiar type at first. In his 30s, Quentin (Bill Connington) lives alone in the basement of what used to be his grandmother’s house. His voice and demeanor are somewhat childlike.

When he announces, ‘I am an admitted sex offender,’ it is a shocking confession. But that is only the beginning of the story…”
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