Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Fiction Published in The Washington Post

Eric D. Goodman's focus remains finding a station for TRACKS, his novel in stories. But he's already at work on a new novel. An excerpt from Dead Ends was published in the Sunday edition of The Washington Post ... albeit a short excerpt. The first line, to be exact.

Dan Zak's story "Writer’s Clock," the top story in The Washington Post's Sunday Source, reported on local novelists putting their literary chops to the test with National Novel Writing Month. In the story, Dan interviews such established locals as George Pelecanos and Laura Lippman.

As a supplement, Dan compiled "Soon to be Famous First Lines" and included the opening of Eric D. Goodman's new novel-in-progress, Dead Ends.

Go directly to Dan Zak's "Writer's Clock" story here.

Or beat the crowd to "Soon to be Famous First Lines" right now!


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