Tuesday, 4 November 2008

Thom Gossom Jr.

Bedlam Post.

For all you guys who reside in the area of Auburn University a treat is in store.

Actor and author, Thom Gossom Jr., a 1975 graduate of Auburn University, will read from his memoir "Walk-On" 6 p.m. -7 p.m. Thursday at Auburn University's Jules Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art.

And it's free.

Thom Gossom, a football player, was the first black athlete to graduate from the university.

He was Auburn's second black scholarship player, James Owens being the first. Both played for Ralph Jordan.

Gossom has been selected to act in several movies such as "Fight Club" and "The Chamber." Fame indeed. Born in Birmingham, Alabama, Thom Gossom Jr. obtained a degree from Auburn University, and his masters from the University of Montevallo.

After the readings, Thom will be on hand to sign copies of his book.


How To Describe - Mastering Descriptive Writing
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End of - 'Thom Gossom Jr.'

Anthony James Barnett - author of Without Reproach.

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