Stan Ridge

Stanley Ridge grew up in New York City. About forty years ago he moved to the the Midwest to teach in a small private liberal arts college.  He also works as a literary translator.  His life as a professor and scholar, father of two wayward sons, owner of a large, friendly dog, and partner of a beautiful man, keep him very very busy.  He devotes much of the little spare time he has to writing and somewhat less of it to his duties on the editorial team of two m2m on-line literary magazines.  He likes to travel and has spent nearly a quarter of his life abroad, notably in Europe, West Africa and the Far East.


Counterpoint: Dylan’s Story, by Ruth Sims: a review

Honeymoon Cottage, by Matt Brooks: a review

Longhorns, by V J Banis: a review

Ridge’s Rants: Adam & Eve, Ada and Steve

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