Published Stories & Poems

“Winter Rave” in borrowed solace, Fall Journal Vol. 2, Issue 2

“Passage to Stormville,” “Ghost the Moon,” “Across the Blue Divide,” “Saltfish” and “A Pause in Time” in The Magnolia Review, Vol. 6, Issue 1

Robin Ray

“Take This Body and Shove It” in Quail Bell Magazine, 4/24/20

“Picasso’s Dream” in Triggerfish, Issue 23

Picasso’s Dream, Robin Ray

“Tlingit Tribe” in Triggerfish, Issue 23

Tlingit Tribe, Robin Ray

“Mining Evidence” in Triggerfish, Issue 23

Mining Evidence, Robin Ray

“Sorrow Binds to Flesh” in The Conglomerate, No. 8

“Bipolar Reckoning” in Open Minds Quarterly, Fall 2019

Open Minds Quarterly: Fall 2019

“Fiddled Dedication”, “Impostor in the Amber Room”, “We Beat Rhythms” and “Solutrean Solution” in Twenty-two Twenty-eight

“Pawn Shop” in Picaroon Poetry Issue #19

“Birthright”, “Time Elastic” and “Province” in Monday Night #20

20 | Birthright | Time Elastic | Province

“The Crossing” and “Ground Zero” in Harbinger Asylum, Fall 2019

“Saints & Sinners” in Tipton Poetry Journal #42, Summer 2019








“Emptying Sea” in The Wayfarer, Autumn 2019

The Wayfarer Autumn 2019

“Mistake No. 42” and “Dairy-Thickened Syrup” in The Green Light

“Gratitude” in Crossways Literary Magazine

“The Eye of Balance” in Bewildering Stories

“Bagasse” in Bonnie’s Crew

“Eurydice in Brocade” in Smoky Blue Literary and Arts Magazine










“Labels” in Yes, Poetry

“Steepest of Hills,” “Two Hearts,” “Bees,” and “Disposable Me” in Adelaide Literary Magazine

“Canary,” “Museum,” and “Spider” in Neon Mariposa Magazine

“Lost at Sea” (Pushcart Nominee) in Hawk & Whippoorwill

“In Memoriam,” “At Fifteen,” and “Nervous” in Fevers of the Mind Poetry Digest Issue 2











“Interview in the ER” in The Mark Literary Review

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“Invisible Slab of Town” and “Mother Earth” in Across the Margin

Two Poems by Robin Ray

“Interviews Too Good to Be True” in Horror Sleaze Trash

Robin Ray

“Ananda” in Elephants Never


“Car 20” in Big Pond Rumours, Summer 2019 (final issue, closed site)

“The Road to Alamogordo” in Rabid Oak

The Road to Alamogordo

“Gypsy” in Jerry Jazz Musician

A collection of jazz poetry — Summer, 2019 edition

“River’s Edge” in The Criterion: An International Journal in English, Vol. 10, Issue III

Current Issue

“Ain’t I A Woman?” and “Again With This ‘New Day’ Business” in North of Oxford

“Positive Trajectories Seem Dazzling” in Vita Brevis

Positive Trajectories Seem Dazzling – Poem by Robin Ray

“An Elegy Before Work,” “Tug of Ropes,” and “Jumper” in Cephalopress

Scraps of life, incomplete

“Detestable Malcontent” in Wellington Street Review

Detestable Malcontent | Robin Ray

“Curses” in The Bitchin’ Kitsch





“Headless Martyrs” in The Bangalore Review

Headless Martyrs

“Lepidoptera” in Squawk Back

“First, Look at the Stars,” “Crossroads,” “Afternoon at Red Lake,” “Homeland Retribution,” and “Torpor in Stone” in Delphinium: A Journal of Art and Literature









“Sax & Violence,” “Tesla Had A Twin,” and “Chloë is All Grown Up” in Outsider Poetry

“What a Difference Fool Comma Makes” in Horror Sleaze Trash

Robin Ray

“Watching Me Watching You” in Vita Brevis

Watching Me Watching You – Poem by Robin Ray

“Susannah McCorkle” in Jerry Jazz Musician

A collection of jazz poetry — June, 2019 edition

“Soccer” in Poetry Super Highway

May 20-26, 2019: Poetry from Ralph Culver and Robin Ray

“Oxtail Stew” in Underwood Press/Rue Scribe

Oxtail Stew by Robin Ray

“Venus, Error Code 101” in Spark

Venus, Error Code 101

“Backwoods Barbecue” in Neologism Poetry Journal

April 2019

“Lamp Black” in Scarlet Leaf Review

“Walls” in The Art of Autism.

“A Walk in the Park with Mozart” in Authonomy.

“Stranded In Paradise” in Authonomy.

“My Farsi Boyfriend”  in Red Fez.

“The Candlestick Kid” in Enchanted Conversation.

“The Haunting In Belltown” in Flash Fiction World.

The Haunted Piano” in Dark Media.

Little Hammer” in Darkest Before The Dawn.

“Trees” in Free Flash Fiction.

“Rosencrantz Hardware” in Eskimo Pie.

“The Dark Lens” in Short ‘n Scary Stories.

“Trying to Sell Magazines in the Ghetto”  in Short Stories 101.

“Midnight Wrestling” in Lover Of Darkness.




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