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Ray Osborn

Ray Osborn




    Ray Osborn is sick of writing these autobiographies of the soul stuck in hell, for lack of a better word. I already know far too much about myself, stuck eternally to myself, trying to avoid the inevitable existential crisis that comes with a statement on self. In general, Ray is interested in not talking about one's self and, if you must know, Ray's work focuses on ekphrasis, elegy, and visibility. Her work can be found in The Hypocrite Reader, River Styx, Yemassee, Eunoia Review, Pointed Circle, and Impulse[b:]. Her photography has recently been published on the cover of a collection of poems whose re-imaging of human nature ranges from Edenic to robotic to erotic. The book is entitled Holcocene, by Ben Meyerson, and recently published by Aldrich Press. There also exists, somewhere on the internet, a live recording of her libretto, “Tchotchke Party,” performed by The Ian Christiansen Jazz Quartet. Thank you for your patience.