Patricia Goodrich

Patricia Goodrich is a visual artist and poet. She is a recipient of fellowships and residencies through the Andy Warhol Foundation, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Europos Parkas (Lithuania), Inter-Art Foundation Romania, Knidos-Dacia Turkey, Leeway Foundation, Makole Sculpture Symposium-Slovenia, Moussem Culturel Assilah Morocco, Puffin Foundation, Santa Fe Art Institute, Vermont Studio Center, and Yaddo. Her paintings, photographs, sculpture and earthworks are in collections in Haiti, Lithuania, Morocco, Federation of Russia, Romania, Slovenia, and U.S.A. Ms. Goodrich has received Pennsylvania Fellowships in Poetry/Creative Nonfiction and has been nominated for Pushcart Prizes in poetry and fiction. How the Moose Got To Be 2012, Red Mud 2009 and Verda’s House 2010 are Goodrich’s most recent books of poems. Her poetry has been translated into Chinese, Lithuanian and Romanian. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Michigan University and Master of Arts degree from the University of Northern Colorado.

How The Moose Got To Be
Red Mud
Verda’s House
Woman With A Wandering Eye