Fiction Writers Workshop by Eric Goodman

 
Posted by Sharyn Lonsdale on 29th September 2016

The Suncoast Writers Guild is collaborating with the Hermitage to get the word out to area writers about this free creative learning opportunity. “The Things They Cherish” is a two-hour workshop designed to help writers of all levels in fiction and creative non-fiction, create vivid characters through the use of a totemic object, a talisman, if you will, that carries great meaning for the character. Seating is very limited for this workshop.

Eric Goodman has published five novels, most recently the award-winning Child of My Right Hand and Twelfth and Race. He’s published more than 200 essays and short stories in publications including North American Review, Travel and Leisure, Glamour, Los Angeles Times Traveling in Style and Saveur. He directs the Low-Residency MFA at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Goodman lives in upstate New York and Sonoma County, California.

Eric Goodman has published five novels, most recently the award-winning Child of My Right Hand and Twelfth and Race. He’s published more than 200 essays and short stories in publications including North American Review, Travel and Leisure, Glamour, Los Angeles Times Traveling in Style and Saveur. He directs the Low-Residency MFA at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Goodman lives in upstate New York and Sonoma County, California.

You can read more about Eric at his website:
http://www.erickgoodman.com/index.html

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