About the Author
Author of the critically acclaimed novel The Bookie’s Son (SixOneSeven Books, 2012), Andrew Goldstein is a former Breadloaf fellow and co-publisher of the small press Sixoneseven Books. For the past 34 years, Andrew has been a partner at the award-winning construction firm Thoughtforms. Earlier, Goldstein held a variety of day jobs compatible with writing, from assistant librarian and Zamboni driver to stock broker. After growing up in a world that no longer exists — the Bronx in the 1950s where his father cut ladies’ dresses in the garment center while moonlighting as a bookie and smuggler — Andrew now makes his home in Concord, MA.
Our Authors in the News
- Angela Sebaly, author of The Courageous Leader, on Forbes
- Leaving the Pink House, by Ladette Randolph, reviewed in O, The Oprah Magazine.
- Joe Burgo, author of The Narcissist You Know, interviewed by MSNBC
- Dennis Rosen, author of Vital Conversations: Improving Communications Between Doctors and Patients, on The New York Times “Well” blog.
- Peggy Payne, author of Cobalt Blue, blogs regularly for Huffpo
- Joe Burgo, author of Why Do I Do That? And The Narcissist You Know interviewed on NPR.
- Joe Burgo, author of Why Do I Do That? And The Narcissist You Know interviewed by USAToday.
- Scott Davis, publisher of Memories & Scenes, featured in The Jewish Daily Forward.
- An article by Terry Baker Mulligan, author of Afterlife in Harlem, on Salon.com.
- An article by Rosanna Fay, author of Careless Caregivers, in The Atlantic.
- Julie Ann Cairns, author of The Abundance Code, writes for U.S. News & World Report
- Rob Bell, author of Don't Should on Your Kids: Build Their Mental Toughness, interviewed on Fox59
- Louie Cronin, author of Everyone Loves You Back, featured on The Nervous Breakdown
- Buzz Feed featured Virginia Simpson's The Space Between: A Memoir of Mother-Daughter Love at the End of Life