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Ray Clark Dickson
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San Luis Obispo, California

Ray Clark Dickson, born in Portland, Oregon, 1919, writes and recites with clarity, sensitivity and narrative power. Hundreds of his poems have been published, including 22 in the 'Beloit Poetry Journal.' He is most honored to be in 'A Fine Excess: Fifty Years of The Beloit Poetry Journal Anthology' (2000), beside the Langston Hughes' translation of Lorca's 'Gypsy Ballads.' His favorite online: 'Mindset, The Beloit College gen/gap study.' Ray was selected first Poet Laureate of San Luis Obispo, California (1999), nominated by the SLO Arts Council for State Poet Laureate (2000). Tenth book: 'Wingbeats AfterDark,' Red Hen Press, Los Angeles.

Selected works by this author:
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With the Blood of Butterflies
In these extraordinary poems, Ray Clark Dickson 'delivers the music of restless explorers going off for story and returning with poems,' to paraphrase Kevin Clark, Poet, Critic, English Professor, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA. Ray 'insists that the world has many astonishing, sustaining beauties.' read more
by Ray Clark Dickson ~ 0-7414-6888-3 ©2011
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