Wednesday, September 24, 2008

TRACKS Author Featured at Baltimore Book Fest

TRACKS author Eric D. Goodman will read from his fiction at the Baltimore Book Festival - the mid-Atlantic's largest celebration of the literary arts.

He’ll be reading his short story “Cicadas” which starts off the book New Lines from the Old Line State: An Anthology of Maryland Writers. The anthology features fiction, poetry, and nonfiction by 29 Maryland authors.

The New Lines reading will close out the Baltimore Book Festival's CityLit tent on Sunday, September 28 from 5 to 7 p.m. Goodman and other authors will be on hand to autograph the anthologies.

This is Goodman’s third year in a row as a featured author at the Baltimore Book Festival. His last two readings featured excerpts from TRACKS.

Can't make the big event this year? You can ask for New Lines from the Old Line State at your local book store. Or visit the Maryland Writers' Association's online book shop at


At 10:16 PM, Blogger bestonline323 said...

I received this notice and would like to pass it on. Make sure to take a look at Eric’s work on his blog, Writeful, and in publications like The Baltimore Review.

Baltimore author Eric D. Goodman is published in the Fall issue of JMWW.

JMWW is a popular online literary journal based in Baltimore that publishes “the best fiction, poetry, essays, and art on the web. Or at least a close approximation.”

Jen Michalski, the editor, recently announced the new issue: “The Fall 07 issue of JMWW is now floating in space — featuring artists Elizabeth Crisman and Peter Schwartz; Eric D. Goodman’s five favorite Johns; and new expanded fiction, flash, essays, poetry, and book reviews! We are seriously rich with pleasure this issue, so sit back and have a cuppa.”

Each issue of JMWW begins with a note from the editor, then a “High Five.” In the current issue, Eric writes about his “five favorite Johns” of writing.

“We’re definitely excited that Baltimore writer Eric D. Goodman meditates on his five favorite Johns in this issue’s High Five,” Jen wrote in her editor’s note.

Enjoy the fall 2007 issue of JMWW now!

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