Michael Ray De Los Angeles



The Matrix


Michael Ray “De Los Angeles” Menjivar, is an Angelino, born and raised, a poet, bicyclist and nationally recognized artist. During the 1990s he painted throughout Northeast Los Angeles alongside muralist Peter Quezada; his interest in theatre was enriched by the... 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 →

Infinite thanx: Mental Mondays Autumn celebration

So if you missed last night's book reading, fear not, future antics are on the horizon! At this moment I want to give a big thanks to Poetess/hostess Evy Spiritluvchild, Melba "Mama Haaze" Gilkey; the many poets, authors, writers and... Continue Reading →

Re-Imagining the Sage on the Stage Within Education This past Monday I was the guest co-host on the show Divine Love Talk. Typically I am on the show as the resident poet but thanks to an amazing set of circumstances I was invited to guest co-host the... Continue Reading →

IV July 149II– 20X3

Give a listen, and like a grade school origami heart, pass the track around: Oh and while you are at it, check out the HSU Women's Resource Center publication "The Matrix." One highlight is a moving photo that was submitted by... Continue Reading →

“Know Thyself” (Part I)

The phrase has been said, echoed, repeated, etched into my sense of being. This simple yet profound statement has served as a guide for myself and so many others. In times of doubt I find that in reflecting on my... Continue Reading →

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