Ray Brown

Ray lives in Frenchtown, New Jersey in Huntendon Country, nestled on a ridge along the Delaware River across from Pennsylvania. His first collection of poems, I Have His Letters Still, was published recently. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey. His poetry has appeared in the 13th Annual Poetry Ink Chapbook, Moonstone Publishing, Philadelphia; The Star-Ledger of Newark; NJ Lawyer Magazine; received a NJ Poetry Society 2009 Recognition Award, and will be published in upcoming volumes of the Edison Literary Review, the Big Hammer, FreeXpresSion, the River Poets Journal, and The River. Three of his poems have been published on-line as Poem of the Day, by The New Verse News. You can see his work at http://raybrown.wordpress.com. In 2009, his poetry appeared in 13th Annual Poetry Ink Chapbook, Moonstone Publishing, Philadelphia; The Star-Ledger of Newark; NJ Lawyer Magazine; received a NJ Poetry Society 2009 Recognition Award, and will be published in the Edison Literary Review.