Online Appearances
On October 28, 2022, F.I. Goldhaber responded to perceptive questions about topics covered in What Color is Your Privilege? on The Handy, Uncapped Pen, a community for disabled and neurodivergent writers and other creatives.

In the October 5, 2022 issue of Spoonie Mag, a supportive space for disabled, chronically ill, and neurodiverse people, F.I. Goldhaber discussed "Creativity and Disability--Advocacy and Resistance Poetry" in answer to insightful questions about What Color is Your Privilege?

On September 6, 2019, F.I. Goldhaber answered questions about writing, publishing, public speaking, collaboration, gender prejudice, etc. on The Handy, Uncapped Pen, a community for disabled and neurodivergent writers and other creatives.

On September 12, 2018, F.I. Goldhaber discusses the evolution of publishing from cold type to PageMaker to e-books on The Chapbook Interview. The interview, with teacher and chapbook author Laura Madeline Wiseman, covers four decades of change in chapbook publishing.

The host, Andrew Scott, was unfamiliar with Noyes work and decided to feature him the following week. F.I. joined ~Re-Verse~ Classic Poetry Open Mic (about three minutes into the show) again on April 30 to share their favorite poem by Alfred Noyes, "The Highwayman."

On April 23, 2012, F.I. Goldhaber shared their excitement at finding a 99-year-old, two-volume collection of poems by Alfred Noyes at Powell's Books on ~Re-Verse~ Classic Poetry Open Mic and read "Our Lady of the Twilight" from Volume II (about 47 minutes into the show).

On November 17, 2011, F.I. Goldhaber shared their poem "Occupy America" on The Speakeasy Café Open Mic Poetry Show (about 167 minutes into the show).

On March 17, 2011, F.I. Goldhaber shared their poem "March 10, 2011," inspired by protests in Wisconsin, on The Speakeasy Café Open Mic Poetry Show (about 33 minutes into the show).

On March 13, 2011, F.I. Goldhaber shared Pastor Martin Niemöller's poem "First they came ..." as well as their own piece entitled "March 10, 2011" on ~Re-Verse~ Classic Poetry Open Mic (about 2 hours and six minutes into the show).

On June 18, 2009, F.I. Goldhaber appeared on Speakeasy Café to help promote The Sound of Ink. They shared several of their poems, including two from Pairs of Poems. You can listen on the archive (about 10 minutes into the show).

On April 6, 2009, Folded Word Press published an interview with F.I. Goldhaber on subjects ranging from writing to fantasy adventures aboard the Tardis.

On March 16, 2009, as part of a National Poetry Month celebration, F.I. Goldhaber joined other poets in reading one of their favorite poems ("The Tale of Custard the Dragon" by Ogden Nash) Shape of a Box (third poem, about halfway in).
Programs and Presentations
F.I. Goldhaber presents well-received programs on poetry, publishing, and marketing-related topics. If you would like F.I. Goldhaber to speak to your organization or share their poetry/fiction with your group, please contact them here.

Organizations where they presents include:
Willamette Writers in Portland as well as the organization's Mid-Valley, Salem, Coast, and Southern Oregon chapters.
Eastern Oregon Word Round-Up.
Northwest Association of Book Publishers
Portland Community College's Sylvania campus
Fiction Writers of Salem

They shares their poetry and fiction at:
Free Range Poetry and Verse In Person at the Multnomah County Library
PoetsWest at Seattle Public Library
Chemeketa Community College
Evening of Spoken Word
The Sound of Ink
Speakeasy Cafe
Oregon Literary Review
Barnes & Noble Reading Series
The Word Is Out

Past programs include:
T (traditional) + I (indie) = H (hybrid)
Indie Publishing Intensive
What's Right for What You Write?
Step-by-Step E-Book Formatting
Marketing, Advertising, Public Relations and Branding
What Prose Writers Can Learn from Poetry
Developing a Marketing Plan for a Novel
Preparing to Find Success at a Writer's Conference

Students who take their Indie Publishing classes say:

"If you are considering self-publishing your book, I suggest you step back from the computer until after you have taken F.I. Goldhaber's class on the subject. An enthusiastic teacher, they will guide you through the entire process including cover design, book layout, copyrights, ISBNs, marketing and more while letting you know who's who and what's what in today's fluid online publishing world." -- Meg Kenagy

"Thanks so much for putting on this class. I am sifting through my notes today and am amazed at how much information and advice you gave us over just a few too-short sessions. Well worth the price of admission!" -- Jeff Dabbs

"I have seen hundreds of presentations and your presentation was very professional and informative. I've been wanting to learn how to publish an eBook for over a year and you taught me in less than 2 hours. Thank you. -- Jerry Cronin