About Brenda Ray
Photography courtesy of John Marshall.
Brenda Ray, writer, singer, poet, and storyteller, is an internationally touring artist from Boise, Idaho and an MFA student at The New School in New York. Her memoir essay, "The Most Beautiful Thing" won Seattle's Arksey Essay Contest and her spoken word album, "The Blue Room" was awarded an invitation to England's Glastonbury Festival. Her work has appeared in Brooklyn Magazine, Yahoo, The Coil Magazine, Lingua Journal, and Four Chambers Press. Brenda's work has also been heard by Sofar Sounds New York, The National Endowment of the Arts' Poetry Out Loud, Boston's Cantab Lounge, The Seattle Grand Slam, The National Undergraduate Literature Conference, Chicago's Girl Radio, Radio Boise, and many many more places. Brenda has performed poetry in schools, community centers, prisons, homeless shelters, colleges, and universities across the country. She currently resides in New York, New York where she is a teaching fellow at Eugene Lang College.
Ray is self-represented and takes clients, projects, and performances on a limited basis. Inquire about her availability at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form below: