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On the Trail in France Paperback – October 25, 2015
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About the Author
Ronald W. Kenyon was born and raised in Ashland, Kentucky. He graduated from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where he specialized in English literature, French, Spanish and political science and was awarded Avery Hopwood awards in creative writing for poetry and drama. He completed his graduate studies at Stanford after receiving a Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship and at Saint Lawrence University under a National Defense Education Act scholarship. He was certified as a French-English liaison interpreter by the U.S. Department of State Office of Language Services. His writing began before he could write: at age four, he dictated stories to his aunts, who typed them up and stapled them together. Since 2012, he has published collections of poetry and essays as well as a biography in English and French of an eighteenth century French aristocrat, François Racine de Monville. Ronald W. Kenyon also developed an interest in photography at a young age. During the nineteen-seventies, when he was living in Paris, he experimented with numerous camera systems including the Rolleiflex, Leica and Nikon. He participated in a three-person show at the Galerie Noir-et-Blanc in Paris in November 1976, the 5th Salon d'Art Photographique in Rambouillet in 1977, and the Exposition “Camera” in Versailles in January 1978. His photography was awarded the Grand Prix by the Société Artistique of Fontenay-le-Fleury in 1977. In January 1980 he was chief photographer for a project to document traditional architecture in Asir Province, Saudi Arabia. Sixty-five of his photographs were exhibited at the First International Symposium on Islamic Architecture and Urbanism at King Faisal University in Dammam. Ronald W. Kenyon is a member of Artists of Palm Beach County
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