Bill Ratner is published in Best Small Fictions 2021–Sonder Press; poetry chapbook: To Decorate a Casket–Finishing Line Press; full-length poetry collection: Fear of Fish–Alien Buddha Press; Chiron Review, Baltimore Review, FeminineCollective.com, Rattle Magazine’s Rattlecast, Sh!t Men Say to Me--Moon Tide Press, Missouri Review Audio, and other journals. Bill is a 9-time winner of The Moth Story Slam, 2-time winner of Best of The Hollywood Fringe Extension Award for Solo Performance. His readings are featured on National Public Radio’s Good Food, The Business, and KCRW’s Strangers. He is a certified volunteer grief counsellor and earns his living as a voice actor. He is a Poets & Writers Readings and Workshops Grant recipient and the author of Parenting for the Digital Age: The Truth About Media’s Effect on Children from Familius Books. He teaches voiceover for the Screen Actors Guild Foundation and poetry and storytelling for the Los Angeles School District.
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