Originally from central Massachusetts, I now live in Tucson, AZ where I teach writing and literature at Pima Community College. I write fiction and essays, as well as literary reviews. If you’d like me to review your published (not self-published, sorry) novel, short fiction collection, or book of poems, email me at ericjamesaldrich(at)gmail(dot)com.
My work has appeared in various publications, including Hobart, The Worcester Review and Manifest West, and is forthcoming in Weber: The Contemporary West.
I review books for Heavy Feather Review, Full Stop, Terrain and others.
August From July, Prick of the Spindle, 2009
Phantom Limbs, Emerson Review, 2010
Easter Vigil, Feathertale Review, 2011
Chips, The Broome Review, 2011
Ponderosa, Manifest West, 2018
Swamp Yankee, The Worcester Review, 2018
Hari Kari, Hobart, 2019
A Heliograph to Kin Kletso, Weber: The Contemporary West, forthcoming
Everyday Augury, Little Rose Magazine, 2019
Survival House – Wendell Mayo – Heavy Feather Review – April 2019
Coldwater Canyon – Anne-Marie Kinney – Rain Taxi – June 2019
Operating Systems – Joe Pan – Heavy Feather Review – July 2019
Bloomland – John Englehardt – Heavy Feather Review – September 2019
Losing Miami – Gabriel Ojeda-Sague – Terrain.org – forthcoming
Kansastan – Farooq Ahmed – Full Stop Reviews – forthcoming
Upcoming Courses – Spring 2020 @ Pima Community College
All courses are taught at the Downtown Campus at Pima Community College unless otherwise noted.
WRT 102: Composition II
LIT 225: Science Fiction – Online
LIT 280: Introduction to Literature
HUM 260: Intercultural Perspectives
I’m also Department Head of Writing, Literature, Communications, and Reading for PCC’s Downtown Campus. If you live in Southern Arizona and you have an MA or above in English, Communications, or Academic Literacy and you would like to teach for us, email me at ealdrich (at) pima (dot) edu.