Wayne Scott Ray is a Canadian poet and photographer active in Canadian poetry circles and organizations.
Although born in Alabama, Ray grew up in Canada (on []Ernest Harmon Air Force Base and became a Canadian citizen in 1978. A retired postal worker by trade, Ray began writing poetry in his late teens. He has published 15 books of poetry and non-fiction. His work has been included in anthologies and he was awarded the Editors Prize for Best Poet Published in 1989 by Canadian Author and Bookman.
His photography has been used in journals and newspapers and had 6 gallery shows between 1996 and 2006.
Also active in organizing, Ray is was a founding member of the Canadian Poetry Association in 1985 and was Secretary/Treasurer of the Toronto chapter (1985–88) and the London, Ontario chapter (1992-1999), and National Coordinator. He was co-chairman of the League of Canadian Poets: Associates (Toronto) for 1985/86, was instrumental in helping establish the London (Ontario) Arts Council and was the 1999 President of the London New Arts Festival.
Contact him on his []USER Page
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- Image names end in WPC for Windfield Horticultural Photographic Collection
E.P. Taylor Windfields Estate 1974-1978
- Category:Bowles Building
- Category:Dominion Public Building (London, Ontario)
- Category:Joseph Berman house
- Category:Donald Early house
- Category:Walker house 1812 North York
Photo collage and Photo poems
Vietnam War Memorial: Looking Back 1998 (photo collage)
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Daddy, is that God? (photo poem}
Long range mountains
Corner Brook to Port aux Choix
- Category:Lake George, New Brunswick
- Category:McAdam, New Brunswick
- Category:Newfoundland and Labrador Route 460 Hanson Highway
- List of communities in Newfoundland and Labrador
- Lineville, Alabama
- Ashland, Alabama
- Anyang, South Korea photos by Ray's father
- United States Forces Korea photos by Ray's father
- User:WayneRay - Wayne Ray's user page on Wikimedia Commons.