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Monday, July 14, 2014

Get Tangled in the Ivy with Loch Raven Review

Anytime is a good time to get tangled in The Ivy Bookshop. But Friday, July 25 at 7 p.m. is an especially good time.
That’s when The Ivy will host the Loch Raven Review reading and a Memorial Tribute to the late Baltimore poet, Dino Pantazonis.

The event will feature a host of authors, including Grace Cavalieri, Clarinda Harris, D.R. Belz, Carol Bindel, Brett Busang, Dan Cuddy, David Eberhardt, Christopher T. George, Sid Gold, Eric D. Goodman, Keith Alan Hamilton, Danuta E. Kosk-Kosicka, Charles Rammelkamp, Steve Weaver, Katherine E. Young, and surprise musical guests.

Admission and refreshments are free.

Learn more at The Ivy’s website.


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Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Get on Board at Litmore

Hop aboard for a literary event that will take you from DC to Chicago! It takes place this Friday, July 11 at 7 p.m. at Litmore, located at 1702 South Road in Baltimore.

Join Litmore in welcoming Kathleen Rooney, Tom Glenn and Eric D. Goodman for the event “Get on Board: Readings from DC to Chicago.” They will read from their novels which range from DC to Chicago by way of Baltimore

Litmore is a brick and mortar nexus for writers with a mission of supporting community-based organizations and programs and creating a foundation for the long-term sustainability of the literary arts in Baltimore.
Following the “Get on Board” readings will be an opportunity to ask the authors questions about their books, their own tracks to publication, and writing in general. Then, be sure to chat with the authors during the book signing.
Learn more about the event—and sign in—at www.facebook.com/events/282868091874281/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming.

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Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Lunch is on Me at Syndic

Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch? An abridged version of my story, “Late Lunch” was published in the most recent issue of San Francisco’s Syndic Literary Journal.

Syndic Literary Journal finds its roots in 1958 San Francisco when LeRoy Chatfield first began the journal. Today, LeRoy continues to publish the journal with every story and poem presented in digital ink as well as audio format.

In the current issue, you’ll find a story by Nitin Jagdish and poetry by Charles Rammelkamp. Check out the current issue at http://syndicjournal.us/cover-syndic-no-11/.

Whether you want to read it or listen, Lunch is on me at http://syndicjournal.us/cover-syndic-no-11/story-late-lunch-by-eric-d-goodman.

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