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Noilly Prat Parisian Cat

While I’m painting up a storm for my upcoming show in June, I’m listening to Johnny Heller read Carole Nelson DouglasCat in Zebra Zoot Suit.  113 more words

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Back from UC-Riverside. What a blast.

So I just got back from being a visiting author at UC-Riverside, which is held at a fantastic resort in Palm Springs.

Tod Goldberg runs this program, and he does a great job with this low-res MFA—supporting his teachers, understanding his students, and being contemporary and current with his approach to fiction. 330 more words

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Gangsterland by Tod Goldberg

So, you’re a Chicago hit man and you have to shoot your way out of a situation that leaves multiple government employees dead.

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Hitting Shelves #10: Gangsterland by Tod Goldberg

Gangsterland by Tod Goldberg comes out today!

It’s the story of Sal Cupertine, a hit man for the Chicago Mafia who kills three FBI agents, runs away to Las Vegas, and changes his identity… to Rabbi David Cohen, the surprisingly capable leader of a Jewish community in the desert. 610 more words

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How to Get the Most Out of Workshop Critiques

By Cynthia Romanowski //

When it comes to bonding, writing workshops are sort of like rehab: you make friends fast. In most introductory classes, there’s a small percentage of people who’ll actually keep writing when the class is over (also like rehab). 1,612 more words

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Essaying: Tod Goldberg's "When They Let Them Bleed"

(Tod Goldberg‘s “When They Let Them Bleed” is included in Best American Essays 2013; it originally appeared in issue 13 of Hobart… 709 more words

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