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Joyce Maynard has been a magazine journalist, a reporter with The New York Times, a syndicated newspaper columnist (Domestic Affairs), frequent contributor to NPR's All Things Considered, and a lecturer on writing.
Author of three books of nonfiction and four novels, she can be seen (if you look hard) in the film adaptation of her novel To Die For, and has appeared in the pages of the New York Times, Redbook, Newsweek, and O, the Oprah Magazine, more. In 1998 she published the memoir, At Home in the World. Her new novel is The Usual Rules, published in February, 2003 with St. Martins' Press.
Mother of three grown children and a native of New Hampshire, Maynard has made her home for the last six years in Northern California. Currently living in New York City, she frequently divides her time between California and Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, where she hosts the Lake Atitlan Writers' Workshop.