Michael Ray De Los Angeles




From California with Love | #CaliforniaLove

On January 20, 2017, one Donald J. Trump took into office as the President of the United States of America. In the 60+ days that he has been in oval office he has disrupted airports across the United States with his positions... Continue Reading →


I had to take a break for some #Kalefornia #Love. Go #PlantSomeShit & #GrowYourOwn.

My latest #BookReview and #recommendedreading is Dr. Susan Block’s The Bonobo Way. Go read it right meow. #LosAngeles #Peace #Love & #Politics

A Literary Oasis: Tia Chuchas Centro Cultural and Bookstore.

Michael Ray ♛ 323.592.7649 Los Angeles, CA, 2015. I first walked into Tia Chucha's Centro Cultural over a decade ago, and since then, have met the most extraordinary folks, experienced sacred ceremonies, and shared my vulnerabilities, meditations and spoken... Continue Reading →

The 2014 Pasadena Chalk Art Festival

For over 20 years now the Pasadena Chalk Art festival has been adding color to concrete walkways of Pasadena. This year marked the 22nd year of the festival and my 4th year as a participating artist--wow, times flies. Back in... Continue Reading →

“Le Morte de Romance Binaire” A Poem

This poem and the complimentary artworks were originally published in The Women's Resource Center's The Matrix (Humboldt State University, December 2013), editor Cheyenne Gillett. The full issue of the Fall 2013 edition of the Matrix can be read here Le... Continue Reading →

20XIV: Sock The Homeless.

Yes, it is here. No, we're not going to melt, and the world is not going to end--at least not any sooner than previously scheduled. Instead we're going to make this year a little brighter than the previous, not simply... Continue Reading →

Finally, Some Poetry: “Lost In Eternity” with Piano Accompanyment

Black Friday, MRDLA Heads for the Hills!!!

My journey to Granada Hills was rewarding, not only did I have the opportunity meet a plethora of local residents but I also had the pleasure of reacquainting myself with the various owners of the food trucks that were present--... Continue Reading →

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