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Corporate High School
The Sum of Our Gods
Interview on Literally Literary
Benjamin Gorman, along with author Mary Crawford, was on a television program in McMinnville, Oregon, called Literally Literary:
Interview on the Trimavera Podcast
Benjamin Gorman was interviewed by Christina Bothun. Listen HERE.
Interview on Fox 12's More Good Day Oregon
Benjamin and his wife Paige were interviewed about Not a Pipe Publishing's choice to accept Kamila Shamsie's challenge to only publish women authors in 2018:
Check out the video here!
Interview on Teacher Talk with Deanne Bass on KMUZ
Listen to the interview or download it from Soundcloud here!
Interview on The National Writing Project's NWP Radio!
Check out Benjamin Gorman's interview with Tanya Baker here!
Interview on the Bestselling Fiction Podcast!
Check out Benjamin Gorman's interview with Dan Dynneson on Episode 13 of the Bestselling Fiction Podcast!
Article in the Today's OEA magazine
Check out the two page spread (pages 18 and 19) of the summer 2015 issue of Today's OEA!
Interview on the Carry On Harry Talk Show
Interview on Funemployment Radio!
Benjamin Gorman was interviewed on Funemployment Radio, a great podcast out of Portland, with hosts, Greg Nibler and Sarah X. Dylan. He's on from about the 47 minute mark through to the end, but we encourage everybody to listen to the whole show because Greg and Sarah are great at what they do. Listen HERE.
Interviewed by Morgen Bailey
Benjamin Gorman was interviewed with UK book blogger Morgen Bailey. The interview post also includes an excerpt from the book and a synopsis, so send it to a friend who might be interested in the novel! Check it out HERE.
From the Polk County Itemizer Observer: “Teacher publishes first novel”
November 19, 2013
INDEPENDENCE — Circumventing the frustrating and at times toxic nature of the publishing industry, Central High School English teacher Ben Gorman is publishing his own novel Friday.
“The Sum of Our Gods” is a tale about Joe, who has been cursed to meet with God once a week for coffee and listen to him complain.
Joe has to listen to God complain about family troubles — his son, Jesus, is terminally depressed — and the constant onslaught of Greek, Roman and countless other civilizations’ gods trying to dethrone him.
“I call it gently blasphemous,” Gorman said.