I donâ€™t want to say â€œout with the old,â€ so letâ€™s just agree to welcome in the new.
Last week, I was The Next Big Thing! This week, Iâ€™m the last big thing.
The Next Big Thing is a a sort of â€œpay it forwardâ€ interview series providing readers with an ever-growing series of discussions about writers and their works. Â It offers an inside view of our process, our passions, our efforts to create our best work.
Author Debra Leigh Scott asked me to participate a few weeks ago. You can see my write-up about her interview here:
My own Next Big Thing interview from last Friday is here:
And now, Iâ€™d like to introduce The NEXT Big Thing!
Lauren Eisenberg Davis is working on Other Mothersâ€™ Daughters, a memoir about the plight of vulnerable children and the adults who exploit and protect them, told from the point of view of the child of an abusive mother and the adult wife of a pedophile.
Find Laurenâ€™s interview at her Facebook page.
Sherry Audette Morrow is currently working on two novels. Her articles, short fiction, and poetry have appeared publications in the United States and Canada. The anthology New Lines From the Old Line State includes one of her short stories and one of her essays is featured in Mean Girls Grown Up: Adult Women Who Are Still Mean Bees, Middle Bees and Afraid-To-Bees. Sherry is the founding editor of Scribble Magazine â€” www.scribblemagazine.us.
Find Sherryâ€™s interview at her Facebook page.
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Eric D. Goodman, Books Correspondent
Eric’s column, Lit Bit, is published regularly to Gather Essentials: Books.Â Featuring bits on writing, writers, books, and literature, Lit Bit will fulfill your literary longings.
Learn about Eric’s full-color, hardcover childrens’ book Flightless Goose.
His second novel, Womb, is with his literary agent.
As a full time writer and editor, his work has appeared in a number of periodicals, including The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Baltimore Review, San Francisco Book Review,Writers Weekly, Barrelhouse, Potomac Review, Sacramento Book Review, The Arabesques Review, The Pedestal Magazine, The Potomac, JMWW, Freshly Squeezed, Scribble, Slow Trains, Barrelhouse, Whatever Literary Journal, Smile Hon Youâ€™re In Baltimore, Read Street, On Stage Magazine, Four-Cornered Universe, To Be Read Aloud, Neck of My Guitar, Travel Insights, Coloquio, Life in Me Like Grass on Fire, and New Lines from the Old Line State: An Anthology of Maryland Writers.
Listen to Eric read his fiction on NPR: