Mickey Goodman

Content provider, journalist, ghost writer

Mickey Goodman 217 Millbrook Farm Rd. Marietta, GA 30068 770-509-9493; 770-617-6281 (cell) Mickey Goodman has written more than 700 bylined articles for scores of publications including The Huffington Post, Reuters International, People, This Old House, Veranda, Southern Living,,, Canadian Architecture & Design, Atlanta Magazine, Points North, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, CURE (American Cancer Society), PEDS (Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta), The Parkinson Report, Women’s Wear Daily, and others. She is also a columnist for Simply Buckhead, an upscale Atlanta magazine. Ghostwriting seemed a natural addition to traditional journalism. It allowed Goodman to tell stories in depth, a passion she developed in the first grade when she wrote a story about Plassie, a favorite doll with a terrible case of the chicken pox. Her first book, “Nine Lives of a Marriage – a Curious Journey,” with Holocaust survivor, Eva Friedlander, continues to sell well on and in museum bookstores. It was the inspiration for two documentaries produced by the Breman Holocaust Museum and Jewish Family Services. Both have been widely viewed. Her second memoir with Dick Mueller, founder of GMS, entitled “You Can’t Go Wrong Doing the Right Thing” will be published in 2017 by a Canadian press. Her third memoir “Drinking, Driving and Drugs: Secrets of a Serial Entrepreneur,” with Don Panoz is agented by Roger Williams of the Roger Williams Agency. She also contributed to the anthology, “Loss is Inevitable, Grief is Natural, Healing is Gradual.” Memberships: President, Southeast Chapter of the American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA) and former national board member, Gotham Ghostwriters; Atlanta Press Club; Atlanta Writers and Georgia Writers Honors: First Place: National Association of Press Women – two years (investigative); First Place Alabama Media Professionals (investigative – two years); Third Place, Magazine Association of the Southeast. Education: B.A. Degree (English and Journalism) - Tulane University.