January may be coming to a close, but some writers and readers are still working out their goals, resolutions, and plans for 2010. What better time than now to announce Flightless Goose author Eric D. Goodman's first published fiction of 2010?
“Prewitt’s Plans” has been published in Scribble Magazine.
Published three times a year, Scribble features poetry, short fiction, and creative non-fiction from both established and emerging writers from around the globe.
“Prewitt’s Plans” is an excerpt from Tracks, a novel in stories. As the main character of the story watches the scenery pass by from his train window, he contemplates how life has passed by too quickly, considers retirement, and gets to the heart of whether he is the master of his planner or the other way around.
Although Scribble does not have “cover stories,” Editor Sherry Audette Morrow pointed out that she selected Jeff Rozenweig’s cover photo (of a man walking toward a speeding train) because it was a good representation of “Prewitt’s Plans.”
Check out Scribble online, where you can order your copy of the current issue (Vol. 7, Issue 2).