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Eric D. Goodman

Agent: The Doris S. Michaels Literary Agency, Inc.
Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Email: edgewriter@gmail.com

Home page: www.EricDGoodman.com

Eric D. Goodman is an American writer of literary fiction, commercial fiction, childrens literature, and non-fiction. He has been writing since a grade-school story assignment turned him on to the craft more than a quarter century ago.

Eric is the author of TRACKS, a novel in stories (Atticus Books, June 2011). TRACK is set on a train traveling from Baltimore to Chicago. Each chapter is the individual story of a passenger on the train, but the stories link together and show how even strangers on a train can touch one another. Hop aboard at www.TracksNovel.com.

Eric regularly reads his fiction on Baltimore’s NPR station, WYPR, and at book festivals and literary events. His work has appeared in a number of publications,including The Baltimore Review, The Pedestal Magazine, WritersWeekly, The Potomac, Grub Street, Scribble Magazine, Potomac Review, The Arabesques Review, Four-Cornered Universe, JMWW, Barrelhouse, Slow Trains, and New Lines from the Old Line State: An Anthology of Maryland Writers. Eric is the author of Flightless Goose, a storybook for children (www.RunGoose.com).

Learn more about Eric D. Goodman and his writing at is literary blog, www.Writeful.blogspot.com, or at www.EricDGoodman.com.


Interests: Writing, Editing, Reading, Travel, Movies, Music, long evenings of good food, drink and conversation, and spending time with friends and family.

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes

 

Published works:

Fiction

  • Futures
  • Eric D. Goodman on Getting Published
  • A Good Beer Needs a Good Stein
  • "Cicadas" on NPR
  • "Cicadas" in print
  • "One Last Hit"
  • Small Places
  • WOMB
  • Prewitt's Plans
  • Chemistry
  • The Silences
  • "The Silences" on NPR
  • "Futures" on NPR
  • Little B & O
  • "Prewitt's Plans" on NPR
  • Well-Laid Plans
  • Zombie is the New Vampire
  • TrackNovel
  • Freedom
  • "The Stein" on NPR
  • CLICK!
  • Freedom (Part 12)
  • Di Did Die (But So Did I)
  • TRACKS (excerpt)
  • TRACKS
  • Soon to be Famous First Lines
  • High Five: Five Favorite Johns
  • Nonfiction

  • Aim Off Target
  • I Love Drinking
  • Guest column in Baltimore Sun's Read Street
  • Stripping Change
  • Go Back to School to Sell Your Story
  • Give Thanks for Your Writing
  • Writeful
  • Keep Your Writing on Track
  • Reading Your Work Aloud
  • From Hermit to Hero
  • The Literary Life
  • Lit Bit
  • Paneling Made Easy
  • Vodka in the Sun: One Russian Summer
  • Surprise Pilgrimage
  • Book Fest Gives Writers Public Voice
  • Maryland Writers
  • Poetry

  • Submission to a Student Magazine (from a writer who's burning out)
  • Children's Literature

  • Flightless Goose
  • Ideas in Writing: Kids Club
  • ACREAGE Holiday Gift Guide
  • Gilbert Has Lessons To Teach
  • Soar with These Geese
  • Flightless Goose Teaches Lessons About Safety
  • Children's Book Deals With Differences, Disability, Positivity
  • Flightless Goose in Pen In Hand
  • Flightless Goose Runs Into Bookstores
  • Sucessful School Event Lauded in newsletters
  • The Potomac Reviews Flightless Goose
  • Flightless Goose Featured in Baltimore Gift Guide
  • Ideas in Writing: Kid's Club
  • Los Angeles Times Mentions Flightless Goose
  • Flightless Goose: An Interview with Eric & Nataliya Goodman
  • Other

  • Digital Review: An Interview with Eric D. Goodman
  • York Emporium: An Interview with Eric D. Goodman
  • Loyola University TV Interview 2
  • Interview on Loyola University TV
  • Eric on the Literary Scene