Memoirist Judy Goldman
Tuesday, May 20, 2014, 7 p.m.
Queens University Sports and Conference Center
2229 Tyvola Road, just west of Park Road
Judy Goldman is the author of five books, most recently a memoir, Losing My Sister
, which was a finalist for the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance's and also ForeWord Review's "Memoir of the Year." Excerpts from her memoir appeared in Real Simple Magazine
, Charlotte Magazine
, and Drafthorse
online journal. Her other published books are two novels, Early Leaving
and The Slow Way Back
, as well as two books of poetry. Her work has been published in The Southern Review
, Gettysburg Review
, Kenyon Review
, Prairie Schooner
, other literary journals and numerous anthologies. Her work has won the Sir Walter Raleigh Fiction Award, the Mary Ruffin Poole Award for First fiction, and the Gerald Cable Poetry Prize. She's the only poet in the state whose book of poetry won the top three prizes awarded for books of poetry by a North Carolinian. She received the Hobson Award for Distinguished Achievement in Arts and Letters, the Fortner Writer and Community Award for "Outstanding Generosity to Other Writers and the Larger Community,” and the Beverly D. Clark Author Award from Queens University.
2014 Calendar of Events
May 20, 2014 - Judy Goldman, memoirist, author of Losing My Sister
Summer recess. Meetings begin again September 16, 2014.