I am a writer of poetry, fiction, short film and essays from New York City, now living in London. My writing moves in the same realms as Richard Matheson and what he coined as the "supernormal" -- a place where what we deem to be supernatural or otherwise impossible in this life is real with real consequences. This is not the same as fantasy. It is a universe where genies genies exist, dreams can be entered and exited through doors, and clouds transport us through time.
My latest book, An Endless Procession of Clouds, is a collection of poems from the last 10 years inspired by or written while cloud-watching. Like the variations of clouds that exist, the poems move from deep dark to bright white, broaching issues like depression, mortality, abuse, redemption, cultural identity, gender norms and much more.
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An Endless Procession of Clouds
by Celeste Ramos
A selection of poems broaching mortality, abuse, redemption and identity, written under the ephemeral bodies of clouds. From the skies above New York to the storms over the west coast, the low, pensive clouds of Scandinavian autumn, to the deep grey twilights of the British Isles, these poems travel, wander, and explore the Self for meaning.
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