Ronald Talney

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Ronald Talney (born in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada) is a poet, who has lived most of his life in Oregon.[1] He has published poems in numerous literary magazines and anthologies, and has published five books of poems including The Anxious Ground, from Press-22 in 1974, and The Quietness That Is Our Name, from Bohematash Press as part of the Pacific House Book Series, and most recently, A Secret Weeping of Stones, New and Selected Poems, from Plain View Press. He has also published a juvenile mystery novel, The Ghost of Deadman's Hollow, from University Editions.

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