Wednesday, September 3, 2008

GOOSE Author on NPR Radio

This Friday, September 5, Eric D. Goodman, author of Flightless Goose, will read from his grown-up fiction on WYPR, Baltimore’s National Public Radio station.

The Signal will broadcast Eric's reading of “Cicadas.”

“Cicadas” is a work of fiction published in New Lines from the Old Line State: An Anthology of Maryland Writers. The anthology, as Editor Allyson E. Peltier put it, “features a rich collection of contemporary literature” from “stylistically and culturally diverse writers.”

“Cicadas” is about a man returning to Virginia to be in his friend’s wedding. Cicadas are everywhere. Stu compares love to cicadas -- excited and loud, then comfortable and quiet.

Tune in to Baltimore’s WYPR at 88.1 FM this Friday to hear Eric read from the anthology.

The Signal airs at 12 noon and 7 p.m. every Friday. His fiction will be featured on the programs of Friday, September 5 -- This Friday. Or, tune in online at

The folks at The Signal plan to invite Eric and his wife Nataliya to talk about their book Flightless Goose later this year.

Learn more about Baltimore’s NPR station, WYPR at their website.

Or learn more about The Signal here.

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