Albert Lee Moran is many incarnations, both metaphysical and mudane. He enjoys storytelling to children and adults alike, and spends many hours entertaining both. With the wide variety of life experiences, he has a never ending reservoir of tales and poems to draw from.
He writes for many small local markets, ranging from editing local group newsletters to national magazines. His writing spans essays, eulogies, short stories, and poetry. Derived from an interesting start on a poor Indian reservation, to modern-day technology. He actively continues to improve himself with classes from universities, and other self-paced classes online and at local schools. He lives in Southern California with his wife, Rhona, and daughter, Megan (who is a paid freelance writer for a girl's magazine at age eleven), and Miniature American Eskimo dog, Frodo Baggins.
He enjoys participating in local poetry readings, with Tebot Bach being his favorite.