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Ronald Canepa is the author of numerous unpublished short stories and two books, both self-published: Norton’s Ghost (2010), written when he was 23 and published 7 years later, and Number Four (2011). Visit him online at http://rcanepa.net
Ronald Canepa is a writer, musician and beginning composer. Never content to stay in one place, whether physically or otherwise, he moved from California to Florida, and has been an English major, pre-medicine with emphasis on neurobiology, a middle school science teacher, and a programmer.
Once upon a time, he wanted to be a comic book artist, a chef, a stuntman, a robotics engineer, and a pilot–and still thinks those things sound pretty good.
He is the author of numerous unpublished short stories and two books, both self-published: Norton’s Ghost (2010), written when he was 23 and published 7 years later, and Number Four (2011).
Beyond the themes in each story, his writing tends to revolve around connections within a core group of dissimilar characters and how life is lived within–and made special by–the minute details of day to day routine.
Visit him online at http://rcanepa.net for current works, samples, and freebies.
Ronald Canepa is a self-taught musician who writes music in the heavy metal (djent/doom/goth), electronic (industrial/darkwave), classical guitar, folk, contemporary, and orchestral genres.
He is also particularly interested in composing soundtracks and ambient works where the goal of the music is to support and develop the ongoing story and mood in TV, film, and game media.