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Ronald T. Ray
Bonespurs By Ronald T Ray
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Short stories and flash fiction with underlying themes of death and love. (Note: The contents page looks skewed in the preview, but is fine in print.)
Clocks And Crows By Ronald Ray
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First published in 2011, this is dark poetry dealing with my grief over the loss of my wife. It also includes some surreal, whimsical and even humorous work. It's not all dark and dreary! Revised... More > 2013 for aesthetics.< Less
Works By Ronald Ray
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Five year's worth of free-verse poetry, pared-down, honed and polished.
Works By Ronald T Ray
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Five years worth of poetry; free-verse, surreal, transgressive, and gut-punching. The hardcover edition includes selections not featured in the paperback.
The Art of Connie Schoeneck By Ronald Ray
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A large sampling of work from the late artist Connie Schoeneck. Unusual work from an unusual (and wonderful) person.
Thrungstrom By Ronald T Ray
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My visual art and literature in an uneasy marriage. Full color, heavy-duty industrial strength surrealism, sprinkled with black angst and off-the-wall humor.
Bonespurs By Ronald Ray
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Short stories and flash fiction with underlying themes of death and love.
Lesions By Ronald T Ray
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A small collection of my latest poems, written in late 2014- early 2015.
One Wind, One World By Lancelot Price
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Amazing work from an amazing human being. This is a collection of poetry written between 2011-2014. I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as I do.
Institutional Green By Ronald T Ray
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A journey into the mind of a man suffering from major depression. Not a light read, but I think anyone who's ever been depressed will identify with it.