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Lee Gooden
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Playwright, director, and poet Lee Gooden aka "L.A. Gooden" is currently the resident playwright, chief dramaturge and creative consultant with APT Theater, an inclusionary community theater company for people with and without developmental disabilities. They will be debuting and performing Gooden’s latest play, The Zero People fall-2007-winter-2008. He has reviewed books for a number of publications including three years as the regional book reviewer for the Saratogian in upstate New York. He lives in upstate New York near the Adirondack Mountains with his wife, three daughters and 3 aliens disguised as cats.

Books reviewed by Lee Gooden

Run (09/20/07)
Talking Hands (09/06/07)

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  • Book Jacket: Harmony
    Harmony
    by Carolyn Parkhurst
    In previous novels such as The Dogs of Babel and Lost and Found, Carolyn Parkhurst has shown herself...
  • Book Jacket: Commonwealth
    Commonwealth
    by Ann Patchett
    Opening Ann Patchett's novel Commonwealth about two semi-functional mid-late 20th Century ...
  • Book Jacket: A Gentleman in Moscow
    A Gentleman in Moscow
    by Amor Towles
    It is June 21, 1922, and 33-year-old Count Alexander Ilyich Rostov is convicted of being a class ...

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