Raymond Foster


Raymond Foster was a forester in Africa during the fifties and sixties, working mainly along the border country between Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Since retiring from forestry he has written several non-fiction books and now writes poetry, which mainly appears in small magazines such as Borderlines, Decanto, Reach, Dawntreader, Sarasvati, Salopeot, and Bard. 

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