Thursday, July 18, 2013


Authored by Robin Ray Wetland & Other Stories, a collection of three novellas and eight short stories, is an unflinching glimpse into some of the issues at work today. With its backdrop of the Pacific Northwest, these modern tales conjoin themes such as hope, drug abuse, homelessness and redemption. Running the gamut from general narrative to crime to horror, Wetland & Other Stories is sure to please those with a taste for variety and an affinity for contemporary fast-paced fiction. About the author: Robin Ray was born in Trinidad & Tobago and went to the U.S. when he was 12. He minored in English at Iowa State University then later studied nursing at Elizabeth Seton College in NY, all the while pursuing his dream of becoming a recording artist. Later, leaving the music field behind, he went back to his first love - writing fiction. His short stories and fairy tales have been published in magazines such as Enchanted Conversation, Darkest Before the Dawn, Free Flash Fiction, Powder Burn Flash & Red Fez. Wetland & Other Stories is his first book.

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