Bewildering Stories biography
Robin Ray, formerly of Trinidad & Tobago, currently makes his home in Port Townsend, Washington. Educated in English Composition at Iowa State University, his works have appeared online at Scarlet Leaf Review, Red Fez, Darkest Before the Dawn, Flash Fiction World, Spark, Neologism Poetry Journal, Aphelion, and elsewhere.
He has poems forthcoming in Picaroon, Bitchin’ Kitsch, The Magnolia Review, Bonnie’s Crew, and Wellington Street Review. Additionally, he has published two novels, Commoner the Vagabond and Murder in Rock & Roll Heaven, two collections of short stories, Wetland and Other Stories and Obey the Darkness: Horror Stories, nine novellas, and one book of non-fiction called You Can’t Sleep Here: A Homeless Clown’s Guide to Surviving Homelessness.
He’s also written five screenplays, but they haven’t been produced yet. When he’s not writing, he is either playing one of his guitars or midi keyboard, or hiking the various trails around the Pacific Northwest.
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