Michael Ray De Los Angeles




3 Must-Read Books for Black History Month

Born on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska, Malcolm Little, who later became known as Malcolm X was an iconic figure of the Civic Right movement. The story includes intimate details about his life, his pilgrimage to Mecca and much... Continue Reading →


Fun Home by Alison Bechdel is Now a LIVE Musical!

-- Los Angeles, CA | 2017 What started off as a graphic memoir is now a LIVE musical; Alison Bechdel's Fun Home is now playing at the Ahmanson Theater located at The Music Center in Downtown Los Angeles. The stage production, based... Continue Reading →

Recommended Media, Literature, Cinema & Art | January 2017

Michael Ray De Los Angeles. Recommended Media, Literature, Cinema, & Art ♛ email: 323.592.7649 Los Angeles, CA, 2017 We Animals: Poems of Our World by Nadya Aisenberg The anthology celebrates our home, and its many ecosystem, through the words... Continue Reading →

Recommended Reading December 2016

Hello! As we draw closer to 2017, here are a few recommended readings to add to your shelf. Thanks to @vampyrohtechnix_media for sharing your #shelfie. Have a great 2017, read lots of books and inspire someone today.  Today's selections are... Continue Reading →

Recommended Reading: Ismael by Daniel Quinn | Time to Walk Away or Can We Save The Great Apes?

Michael Ray De Los Angeles The Royal Flush Review: Literature 323. 592.7649 | July 12, 2016 A few thoughts on Ishmael by Daniel Quinn             What would the world be like if it were made for Jellyfish? Ismael, asks... Continue Reading →

Michael Ray De Los Angeles. ♛ email: Los Angeles, CA, 2015 White Oleander by Janet Finch (Also full-length feature film ) This coming of age story follows the young girl Astrid as she moves from foster home to foster... Continue Reading →

Michael Ray De Los Angeles Recommended Reading ♛ email: Los Angeles, CA, 2015 Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi (also an animated film) The graphic memoir is the story of Marjane Satrapi, an Iranian artist that came of age during the 1980s. Within her... Continue Reading →

Michael Ray De Los Angeles. ♛ email: Los Angeles, CA, 2015 Act Your Age: A Cultural Construction of Adolescence. by Nancy Lesko This takes a post-modern, deconstructionist approach to examine the history of American education and its effects on... Continue Reading →

Ten Commandments for a lifetime of pleasure: A Book Review by Michael Ray De Los Angeles

Michael Ray De Los Angeles, is writer, Humboldt circus alumni, LGBTQ & kink educator. For speaking engagements, call 323.592.7649

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