Ron Samul's Writings
Liturgical Credo: Contemporary stories of faith and doubt
by Ron Samul Jr. I. To have faith is to believe something that has no tangible proof. Why would we believe in something we couldn’t prove? Is it a leap of faith? Is it a deferment of what we know to be fact in the hope that a spiritual influence will intervene? If faith comes from within the literature of religion – the Koran, the Bible, the Torah — is...
Ron Samul is a graduate writing mentor at Western Connecticut State University and college writing instructor. He holds a BA in English and an MFA in Professional Writing. He is the publisher of Skinny Toe Press and Miranda Literary Magazine. He has been a...
Ron’s Favorite Books
Temple of the Golden Pavilion, Pale Horse Pale Rider, Dictionary of the Khazars, The Boy on the Bus, Shipwrecks.