Students: William Ratner

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Bill is a published essayist, short story writer, and has sold his non-fiction book, Parenting for the Digital Age: The Truth Behind Media’s Effect On Children And What To Do About It, to Familius Press. He is a nine-time winner of The Moth Story Slams in Los Angeles, and tells his stories in beer-fumed nightclubs, LAUSD classrooms, and on NPR syndicated radio programs Good Food, The Business, and KCRW’s Strangers. His voice is heard on movie trailers, Discovery Channel, History, Smithsonian, games, and TV cartoons. He is the voice of “Donnell Udina” in Mass Effect and “Flint” on G.I. Joe, Robot Chicken, Community, and Family Guy.


List of Publications:

The Baltimore Review:

Blue Lake Review:

Spork Press:

The Missouri Review:

Hobo Pancakes:

WolfSinger Publications anthology, Metastasis:

The Moth on National Public Radio’s “Good Food”

The Moth on National Public Radio’s “The Business”

Stranger’s on KCRW’s Independent Producer Project:

The Amor Fati:

Sentient Press:


Papier Maché Press anthology Grow Old Along with Me:

National Cheng Kung University’s Fiction & Drama issue #7: