Lit Bit: Novel Reading at Novel Places

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You are invited to a novel reading this Saturday, March 17 at 1 p.m.   Spend St. Patrick’s Day with a literary reading at Novel Places in Clarksburg. After the reading, featuring a reading from Tracks and Fight For Your Long Day, join the authors for a pint at a nearby pub!


Here are the details on the reading …


March 17, 2012 – Clarksburg, MD: Novel Places, 1 p.m., a reading with Atticus authors Alex Kudera and Eric D. Goodman at Novel Places, 23341 Frederick Rd., Clarksburg, MD



Learn more about Alex Kudera at his blog.


And check out the limited-time sale on both Tracks and Fight For Your Long Day at the Atticus Bookstore.



Eric D. Goodman, Books Correspondent


Eric’s column, Lit Bit, is published every week to Gather Essentials: Books.  Featuring bits on writing, writers, books, and literature, Lit Bit will fulfill your literary longings.

Eric is the author of Tracks: A Novel in Stories, published by Atticus Books and available at

Learn about Eric’s full-color, hardcover childrens’ book Flightless Goose.


As a full time writer and editor, his work has appeared in a number of periodicals, including The Washington Post, The Baltimore Review, Writers Weekly, Barrelhouse, Potomac Review, Los Angeles Times, The Arabesques Review, The Pedestal Magazine, The Potomac, JMWW, Grub Street, Freshly Squeezed, Scribble, Slow Trains, Whatever Literary Journal, San Francisco Book Review, Sacramento Book Review, Smile Hon You’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.

Join Eric on Facebook, Twitter, and at his literary blog, Writeful.

Listen to Eric read his fiction on NPR:

The Stein

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The Silences

One Last Hit



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I'm a focused, hard-working writer and editor who enjoys spending time with friends, family, writers, and books.

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