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Saturday Special Report: Ronald J. Murray

In our fourth and final author signing announcement for 2024, Uncomfortably Dark would like to welcome Ronald J. Murray to the dark! We will be publishing his Dark Poetry collection, IN ALL THE WAYS, A DROWNING in early summer 2024.

Ronald J. Murray is a writer of speculative fiction and poetry living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.​ He is an Active Member of the Horror Writers Association.

His published work includes his two dark poetry collections, Cries to Kill the Corpse Flower, which appeared on the 2020 Bram Stoker Awards® preliminary ballot, the Wonderland Book Awards preliminary ballot, and was nominated for an Elgin Award, and Lost Letters to a Lover's Carcass, which appeared on the Wonderland Book Awards preliminary ballot. He curated and co-edited Verse Infernal: Poetry Inspired by the Satanic Religion from Aperient Press.

His short fiction and poetry has appeared in Space and Time Magazine, The Horror Writers Association's Poetry Showcase Volume VIII, on The Wicked Library Podcast, Ellen Datlow’s Recommendations for Best Horror #14, in Bon Appetit: Stories and Recipes for Human Consumption, Lustcraftian Horrors: Erotic Stories Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft, and more.​ 

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