Born June 12th, 1941, Ron Singer holds a B.A. in English from Union College and an M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. From 1964-2008, Singer was a teacher and sometimes-writer. Since then, he has been a full-time writer. Singer trawls the genres: poetry (including librettos), prose fiction, and non-fiction. Among the publications in which his work has appeared are The Brooklyn Rail, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Evergreen Review, The Georgia Review, Grey Sparrow, Poets & Writers, and The Wall Street Journal. Singer’s writing has been anthologized, set to music, and nominated for two Pushcart Prizes. His eighth book, Uhuru Revisited (2015), is currently available in about 100 libraries across the U.S., and beyond. His ninth, and most recent, book, Betty and Estelle (2016), is a sequel to his first, A Voice for My Grandmother. Singer has just completed Geistmann in Africa, a thriller-travelogue (Kindle, Jan. 2017).
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