About the Author
Eric D. Goodman has been writing fiction since childhood, when a story assignment turned him on to the craft more than a quarter century ago. Pulitzer Prize winner Juno Diaz called his fiction "supremely moving" and Oprah-pick Jacquelyn Mitchard said he "writes the kind of fiction a reader can love and a writer can admire." Eric regularly reads his fiction on Baltimore’s NPR station, WYPR, and at book festivals, book stores, and literary events. His work has appeared in a number of publications, including The Baltimore Review, The Pedestal Magazine, Writers Weekly, The Potomac, Grub Street, JMWW, Scribble Magazine, The Arabesques Review, Syndic Literary Journal, Brooklyn Voice and New Lines from the Old Line State: An Anthology of Maryland Writers. Eric is the author of The Color of Jadeite (Loyola’s Apprentice House, 2020) Setting the Family Free (Apprentice House Press, 2019), Womb: a novel in utero (Merge Publishing, 2017) Tracks: A Novel in Stories (Atticus Books, 2011), and Flightless Goose, a storybook for children (Writers’ Lair Books, 2008). Tracks won the Gold Medal for Best Fiction in the Mid-Atlantic Region from the Independent Publishers Book Awards. Learn more about Eric and his writing at www.Writeful.blogspot.com or connect with him at www.Facebook.com/EricDGoodman.