Friday, July 9, 2010

Tune in to NPR for a "Hit" of Fiction



Today Flightless Goose author Eric D. Goodman returns to the local NPR station (WYPR) to read from his fiction on The Signal. Each week The Signal explores the cultural landscape of Baltimore.


Tune in on the radio or online. The broadcast is at 12 noon and repeats at 7 p.m. today: Friday, July 9. Adjust your radio to 88.1 FM or log on to www.wypr.org.


“One Last Hit” is an abridged story from TRACKS, a novel in stories that takes place on a train traveling from Baltimore to Chicago.


The story was originally published in the Freshly Squeezed anthology published by Loyola’s Apprentice House. It follows a hit man as he prepares to carry out his last job and contemplates how he got into the unscrupulous business to begin with.


The novel is represented by the Doris S. Michaels Literary Agency Inc. in New York.


Enjoy this hit of fiction today at 88.1 FM or www.wypr.org. Tune in at noon or 7.