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Bookslut, interview by Donna Seaman

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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, February 9, 2008
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Borough of Writers Q&A: Jennifer Egan

Poets and Writers (Cover Story) Sept/Oct 2006
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Powers of Perception: A Profile of Jennifer Egan/ After the success of Look at Me, her eerily prescient social satire of American life, what did Jennifer Egan turn to next? The gothic novel, of course. By Jessica George Firger

New York Magazine, August 28, 2006
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Off The Shelf: Jennifer Egan/ The author of the new novel “The Keep” on five books in her library that have influenced her–and why Henry James is so hard to read in New York

The Believer, August 2006
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Breathing new life into the gothic genre–but not in a creepy way. Jennifer Egan interviewed by Vendela Vida

New York Times On the Web
Saturday, July 22, 2006
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Audio: An interview with Jennifer Egan, the author of “The Keep.”

Time Out, August 3-9, 2006

Castle In Doubt: Jennifer Egan’s new novel turns a gothic story line on its head by David Bahr

San Francisco Chronicle, July 23 2006
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“Hearing Voices” In ‘The Keep,’ Jennifer Egan stakes out new territory, combining the ordinary with the supernatural in Eastern Europe

New York Newsday, July 30 2006

A REPORTER’S GOTHIC STYLE; She’s the queen of her castle

The Boston Phoenix, September 26, 2006
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Cave Dwelling; Jennifer Egan’s goth/po-mo gamble

Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 5, 2006
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A Castle Inspired Egan’s ‘The Keep’

The Miami Herald, November 14, 2006

Literary voices inspire Egan’s plots; For her latest book, The Keep, she found herself in a Gothic frame of mind