Cover Photo: Tallulah Pomeroy
Tallulah Pomeroy

In the Kingdom of Tamarac: Shuffleboard and Other Acts of Remembrance

What I knew about my grandparents was enough to fill every hidden closet, every secret candy drawer.



finally at peaceKeep watching the ballgame

The author's grandfather. NYC, 1973.

Who’s that?That’s Al, he used to work for Grumman building airplanesThat’s Miriam, she owned a clothing store and once made a dress for Judy GarlandThat’s Alice, she and her husband don’t like each other. How did they all get here?

The author's grandmother. The Bronx, early 1940s.

Murder, She Wrote.

Murder, She Wrote.happened

Tamarac, 1990. The author's grandparents,  parents, friends, and himself.

Danny Goodman's writing has been published in various places, most notably Brevity, Monkeybicycle, and Paper Darts, and his novella, Somehow There Was More Here, was published by Found Press. He has been the recipient of a writer-in-residence fellowship from Rivendell and earned his MFA in Creative Writing at the University of New Orleans. He is currently at work on a novel.