Miriam Goodman is a poet, editor, and photographer. She is the author of three books of poetry including “Commercial Traveler” 1996, Garden Street Press, “Signal::Noise” 1982, and “Permanent Wave”, 1977 Alice James Books. She edited the 2001 anthology of 20 poets writing about work, entitled “Night Shift” for the Web ‘zine. “Frigate” .

Her photographs have appeared on book jackets, in literary magazines and on the web. With Karen Davis, she co-teaches the workshop, “Word and Image: Making Art in Two Languages" at the Radcliffe Seminars.

Her photography has been exhibited in featured and group exhibits:

Selected Exhibitions
• “Harrisville General Store,” Harrisville, NH August 2001
• Area Photographers show, Jaffrey Civic Center, Jaffrey NH July 2001
• Photographic Resource Center, Members Gallery, Boston, MA, March 2001
• Jefferson Cutter House Gallery, Arlington, MA October 2000
• Nelson Artist’s Gallery, Nelson, NH October, 1998
• Cambridge Public Library, "Choice & Chance” and
“A Poetry-Picture Kit: an electronic book,” 1997
• Arthur Griffin 9th Annual Juried Photography Show, January 2001 (2nd place, Architecture)
• Newton Free Library f/8”Spring Show” April, 2000
• Concord Free Public Library f/8 “Winter Show,” January 1998.