Michael Ray is a Writer, Editor, & Generation Y shutterbug. This California grown environmentalist writes through an ecological and environmental lens; enjoys discussing Literature and California culture, and loves the benefits of plant-based living. Subscribe and follow for recommended readings, audio broadcasts, zines as well as short documentaries on topics such as appropriate technologies like solar-power, thermal-energy, and permaculture. Also receive updates on current events, LGBTQ and social Justice matters. Follow via Twitter, Soundcloud, Bonoboville, Instagram, Youtube or other social media platform.
“My Love for literature led me to Humboldt State University (HSU) where I discovered how-to juggle, write short comedy skits, play with fire, costume design and elements of stage production alongside the Humboldt Circus. I love poesy and spoken word, which led me to become the Poetry Division editor of The Toyon Literary Journal–now in print for over a hundred years. Since then, I’ve severed as a contributing editor to LA Artist: Art Book Volume II, No Se Habla Español Anthology, When You Can’t Scream: 10 Reasons Why I Smoke by Doren Damico, the Dr. Susan Block Institute and Mirror Media Group. Life is a journey, live it well.”