O’Hagan, Sean. “Claire Keegan: ’Short stories are limited. I’m cornered into writing what I can’”. The Guardian.
Standard Name: Keegan, Claire
The writing style of a definite sense that she would prefer not to have to comment on her work at all., contemporary Irish short-story writer, is minimalist, and she does not often discuss her process, giving
She has been compared stylistically to , particularly in her preference for leaving much unmentioned, and has said that a lot of my work goes into taking any traces of my labours out.
She believes that the work . . . is its own explanation.
She prefers the short story genre.
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Keegan, Claire. Antarctica. Atlantic Monthly Press, 1999.
Keegan, Claire. Foster. Faber and Faber, 2010.
Keegan, Claire. Walk the Blue Fields. Black Cat, 2007.