Ron Wolff

Dear Library Patron:

The book you borrowed, “About Suicide,” is now two months overdue. Please return it at your earliest convenience. If it has been lost, damaged, or stolen, please remit $29.95 so that we can replace the volume; seven other people are on the waiting list.

Thanks for your cooperation, and best wishes.

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Now retired following a long career in the nonprofit social service field, Ron Wolff actively pursues three major activities: writing, photography, and volunteering. His short stories have appeared in one anthology (We’ve Been Trumped! A Light-hearted Look at Life with President Donald Trump, Darkhouse Books, 2016) and several literary journals, including Bethlehem Writers Roundtable, Stepping Stones Magazine, Pilcrow & Dagger, and Blood Tree Literature. Two works are scheduled for publication in Written Tales.

Ron’s photographs have been exhibited at museums and special events in Virginia, Colorado, California, and Kentucky. His artistic taste is eclectic, encompassing an expansive palette of natural beauty, abstract art, and portraits of the human soul. He attempts to capture a complex world replete with elegance, sadness, wonderment, strength, vulnerability, tenderness, and failure to achieve the apex of potential human experience.

Ron lives in Claremont, California, with his dog Cooper.