This is the site of Port Townsend author, screenwriter, poet and musician Robin Ray. Born in sunny Trinidad & Tobago, he emigrated to the U.S. when he was 12 years old. It didn’t take long for him to realize he had a penchant for the arts, specifically, music, drawing and literature. Often hampered with setbacks over the years, he nevertheless continued to work at his various disciplines. He’s co-owned and worked at a recording studio in NYC, played in several rock bands, released a few albums, and has had his poems and short stories published in various magazines. So far, he has published two novels, Commoner the Vagabond and Murder in Rock & Roll Heaven, two short story collections, Wetland and Other Stories and Obey the Darkness: Horror Stories, one book of non-fiction, You Can’t Sleep Here: A Clown’s Guide to Surviving Homelessness, and six screenplays and numerous poems. The aim of this site is to concentrate primarily on his writings, photography, and occasional world view, but from time to time, his music or artwork may slip through.