A scholar, a gentleman, a belletrist. An agoraphobe from birth, a thanatophobe from death. Some have accused him of being a homophone. He is half empath, three-quarters sociopath, all man.
Allow me to introduce you to that renowned unknown, that undoubtable redoubtable absolute imperfection: Raul Clement.
He is the coauthor, alongside Okla Elliott, of The Doors You Mark Are Your Own, the first novel in the Joshua City Trilogy. He has been published in Blue Mesa Review, Surreal South ’09, Coe Review, As It Ought To Be, Serving House Journal, Our Stories, Main Street Rag, and some other places. He is a senior editor at Mayday Magazine and New American Press. He dresses to impress. He undresses to depress. He rights wrongs, he writes wrong. He is and always will be (depending on what your definition of is is). For his screed and credo, go here.