Ray Sharp

Ray Sharp was born in Seattle, Washington and brought home to a
little blue bungalow on Alkai Avenue in West Seattle. He was raised in
Louisville, Kentucky, and came of age in the mountains of Western
North America, including stints as a seasonal park ranger at Mt.
Rainier, and a ski instructor at Mt. Hood Meadows. Sharp lives in the
rural, rugged and remote Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan, near the
shore of Lake Superior, where he works in public health. To see more
of his work, which has been published in some two dozen web and print
journals, and to find his chapbook Nothing Abides and full-length poetry
collection Memories of When We Were Birds, visit his site here.

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