As a panelist at tomorrow’s CityLit Festival, Flightless Goose author Eric D. Goodman was asked by the editors of the Baltimore Sun’s Read Street to submit a guest column.
In his spot, Goodman wrote about his own history with the CityLit Project — his own introduction to Baltimore’s thriving literary scene. He also talks a bit about his book, Flightless Goose, which is being featured in the exhibitor’s booth all day long, is available at CityLit’s official bookseller, Barnes & Noble, and is one of the “fist books” featured in one of the panel discussions.
The CityLit Project (and the CityLit Festival in particular) is one of the reasons for Baltimore’s lively literary community. If you love literature, you won’t want to miss tomorrow’s day-long event.
Read Eric's column in the Baltimore Sun’s Read Street.