Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Goodman on the Tube

Flightless Goose author Eric D. Goodman was recently asked to be a guest on a literary-focused television show produced by Loyola College. In the interview, Eric was asked about Flightless Goose, TRACKS (his novel-in-stories), and WOMB (his novel-in-progress).

In the interview, Eric talks about tips on writing, and the Baltimore literary scene. He even discusses what got him started writing in the first place.

The interview is split into three segments which, all together, run about 10 minutes.

You don't have to be a Loyola College student or faculty member to enjoy the show – you can view it now on YouTube at the link below.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Goose Makes Agri Digest Once Again

In November, Agri Digest, the magazine dedicated to agricultural initiative and innovation, ran a story on Flightless Goose.

It must have been a big hit in the agricultural arena, because the story ran again in their December issue — and again in January!

If you missed it in November and December, take a look at the article now in the current issue of Agri Digest.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

PEN IN HAND Features Flightless Goose

The most recent issue of PEN IN HAND features an interview about Flightless Goose. Writer and Editor Nancy O. Greene interviewed author and artist Eric and Nataliya Goodman about the new story book for children.

In the interview, featured both in print and online, Eric and Nataliya talk about everything from where they came up with the idea for the book to their creative process as they worked together to write and illustrate the story. The story also covers inspirations, aspirations, and advice. It even mentions the adventure Eric and Nataliya had getting time NBC’s TODAY show.

To read “The Flightless Goose: An Interview with Eric and Nataliya Goodman,” take a loot at the online version of PEN IN HAND at the link below and go to page 6 and 7.

Also, note the shout-out for Flightless Goose in the “Recent Achievements” section on page 9.

And, while browsing the photos from the Baltimore Book Festival on the cover and inside, you may catch a glimpse of someone you know.

Enjoy the latest issue of PEN IN HAND online at the link below.