Peter Joseph Gorham was born in Galesburg, Illinois. His grandfather, William Short, was a self-educated railroader in love with the Great Books. His mother was an unsung poet. Peter’s first book, Blainie’s Carpet Barn–Becoming my Father’s Father –is a delightful and insightful picture of the aging process into which Peter steps to become the caretaker of his parents in a timeless American story. Dancing on the Moon in the Water, a novel, is Peter's tango with the divine and the questions of self-healing in a deteriorating world. Someone Else's Voice is a compilation of poetry written over fifty years. These books can be purchased through amazon.com or other distributors or from the author himself at email@example.com.
Sledding with Ernest Hemingway will take you from New England to Florida to the Deep South to Minnesota to Colorado and beyond, in thought provoking stories of the human condition. Peter Gorham brings insight into the confusions and realities, the love and the truth of life, and its humor. This book can only be purchased from the author at firstname.lastname@example.org