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- Name: Eric D. Goodman
- Location: Baltimore-DC Area
Author // Represented by The Doris S. Michaels Literary Agency, Inc. // TRACKS: A Novel in Stories (Atticus Books 2011) & Flightless Goose, a storybook for children (Writers Lair Books 2008) available now. Learn more at www.EricDGoodman.com
Monday, December 09, 2013
Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Brooklyn Voice Publishes Fiction
The Brooklyn Voice is a literary magazine that promotes the original work of new and established writers. It has been regularly publishing quality work since 2007. Find it at www.brooklynvoice.com.
“Things He Will Remember” is a short story about a person at the moment before dying in a military hospital, and the odd things that unexpectedly creep into his mind in his final moments.
“There are things he will remember until the end. Things he hadn’t thought of for years. Things that surface like fish in the crimsoned waters of Normandy.
“The things he will remember are not the things he thinks he will remember in the script shelved in his mind. This is not his life story. But it is, too. Things that have always seemed important to him will not come to mind, in the end. Some of the things he will remember never mattered much at all.”
Find out more about what he will remember at The Brooklyn Voice:
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Goose Tracks for Black Friday
Monday, November 18, 2013
Loving Lit Mags with Atticus Books
Friday, November 15, 2013
Soak in Hot Beer with Me
Saturday, November 09, 2013
One Week, Two Literary Events, Seven Authors
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Hazardous, On-the-Job Reading
The latest issue of the acclaimed literary zine Smile, Hon, You're in Baltimore! from Eight-Stone Press focuses on Occupational Hazards.
The latest issue features the works of dozens of authors, including D.R. Belz, Bill Hughes, Holly Morse-Ellington, Anthony C. Hayes, Caryn Coyle, Wayne Countryman, William P. Tandy, Rafael Alvarez, Earl Crown, Jeffrey L. Shipley, Fernando Quijano III, Gregg Wilhelm, and many others!
My piece, "Playing in the Sun When I Should Have Been Working in the Cabin" was published in the issue.
Learn more about Occupational Hazards, a Smile, Hon, You're in Baltimore production, at http://eightstonepress.com/hon/honwork.htm.
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
An Event Bridging the Arts
That's because every Lit and Art event brings together fiction, poetry, nonfiction, live music, original art, wine, refreshments, and conversation. The events take place several times every year at The Watermark Gallery, 100 South Charles Street across from Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Some of the Lit and Art featured writers from the 2013 series included Madison Smartt Bell, Bathsheba Monk, Jessica Anya Blau, Michael Kimball, Jerry Holt, Lucrecia Guerreo, D. R. Belz, Nathan Leslie, Tom Glenn, Julie Wakeman-Linn, Sue Ellen Thompson, Charles Rammelkamp, Goodloe Byron, Jacob Panic, and many others.
The next Lit and Art at the Watermark events will take place on Sundays, January 26, February 23, March 30, April 27, May 25, and June 29.
Read about the most recent Lit and Art event, part of Baltimore Literary Arts Week and Free Fall Baltimore, in the Examiner article by Eric Campos.