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Ron began writing poetry in the late 80’s while working in the TV & film industry in Los Angeles, CA.


Background Information

. The pain and suffering within himself, and his street surroundings caused his pen to move in a dark poetic direction with specks of light, and hope. Ron has been published in: DeComp Magazine, Other Voices International, NYC Poetz, Scream of the Buddha Magazine, Blue House, Verse Marauder, Praise Nation, Poetry Life & Times-London, Strange Road, and more. Ron is also the editor of Lost Beat Poetry. His first book is called “ A Blessing in Flames” which created the “buzz”, and motivation to write “Cranial Speedway”.

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Ron Cervero's Barbaric Yawp In a long tradition of "outside" poets, from Whitman's "barbaric yawp" through Bukowski, comes Ron Cervero, who has crafted a volume of short rough poems which primarily are written as responses to daily occurrences, or, more often, outrages. The outrage is keenly felt, and Mr. Cervero's responses are often bitter and sardonic. Cervero claims not to have read Bukowski before writing this volume and while comparisons, especially eternally being at odds with the Establishment, are evident, these poems are as fragmentary and episodic as, say, videotaping a hanging surreptitiously with a cell phone. Still, they add to define the personality of the poet, whose tattooed legs and torso are displayed on the cover and whose unique view becomes more clear with each poem. David Mix Northeast Review





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