Howard Goldenberg is a writer, an outback doctor and a lapsed mohel. He is married with three children and a riot of grandchildren.

His published works include two books – My Father's Compass, a memoir (Hybrid, 2007) and of Raft (Hybrid, 2009), as well as opinion pieces in broadsheet newspapers and innumerable essays and stories in various print and online media.

In his medical work, Howard writes in all traditional genres – diagnoses (fiction), prognoses (science fiction), prescriptions (Latin gobbledygook); as well as creating a new literary genre, the rhyming medical referral letter. He is currently working on a novel.


Pieces by Howard Goldenberg

In a fix
Edition 41: Now We are Ten

At the gateway of hope
Edition 31: Ways of Seeing

Griffith Review