Anne Goldman



Forthcoming Work:

"Attribution," a short story, is forthcoming in Women's Studies.

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Recent Essays and Reviews:

"Aria for Insects," an elegy for the die-off of these mostly unmourned creatures, has been published in the latest (Spring 2024) issue of the Georgia Review.

You can read all of "Air Traffic," an essay about the ravages fire creates from coast to coast, in Fourth Genre 25.2 (2023).

"Half Here," Volt 26 (2022). Why is it we sometimes assign more dignity to things than to one another? You can purchase this annual here:

"Herzog in the Jungle," a review of Werner Herzog's debut fiction, The Twilight World, August 23, 2022.

"Surrealism in Our Time: A Review of Katya Kazbek's Little Foxes Took up Matches," Los Angeles Review of Books on May 13, 2022.

"Conjuring in Wartime: Colm Toibin Evokes the Art of Thomas Mann," a review of this writer's new novel The Magician, in the Los Angeles Review of Books on October 11, 2021:

"Blind Curve Ahead," on Rachel Kushner's essay collection, The Hard Crowd,  in the Los Angeles Review of Books on May 21, 2021:

You can find "What to Read When You Crave Calm After Doomscrolling" in the Rumpushere.

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Awards for Stargazing in the Atomic Age (University of Georgia Press, 2021):

Silver Medal for the Essay in the 2022 Independent Publisher Awards.

Kirkus Best Book of 2021. The book was also featured as one of three "Best of 2021: Our Favorite Indies" here.

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