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Logan Square Book Club Message Board › Jennifer Egan's Tweets as a character from Visit from the Goon Squad

Jennifer Egan's Tweets as a character from Visit from the Goon Squad

Marie W.
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Chicago, IL
Post #: 9
Hey all,

I heard this story Saturday morning and wanted to share it with everyone. It's a short (3 min) interview with Jennifer Egan about how she is using twitter to develop one of the characters from A Visit from the Goon Squad. She is tweeting as Lulu, who is now a spy working for the government. I thought it was pretty interesting. Check it out!­
A former member
Post #: 1
Hey all,

Along with that, the June 4 & 11 New Yorker has a short story from Jennifer Egan. It's interestingly done and it chronicles Lulu's adventures as a spy.

Mary Ann
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