Alice Bingham Gorman is a writer of fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry. Her articles have been published in Vogue, O, The Oprah Magazine, The Delta Review, The Maine Times and other publications since 1969.
Her poetry was published in the chapbook, Summer in Tenants Harbor, a long time ago. She was the co-editor and contributor to Island Dreams, an anthology of poems written by The Live Poets' Society of Boca Grande.
She was formerly owner of Alice Bingham Gallery in Memphis, Tennessee and a partner in Schmidt Bingham Gallery in the Fuller Building on 57th Street in New York. She received an MFA in Writing from Spalding University in 2005 and Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts from the Memphis College of Art in 2002.
During the past year, she has concentrated on writing fiction. Her story “Spade Work” was included in the 40th anniversary edition of The Louisville Review, Fall 2016. Her book in progress, Valeria Vose: A Novel, concerns a 1970’’s southern woman’s search for her personal, artistic and spiritual identity.