Testimonials

Poets. Artists. Students. Everyday people. 

 Testimonials
 




 
 
 
I bless the day I met Ralph. Working with him on my poetry has taken me to a deeper understanding of expression. His insight reinforces my confidence.
— Flo Oy Wong, artist and poet
 
 

 
 
Ralph’s feedback always makes me think. I love how he can be so open and yet stay objective to the thought process. I highly recommend Ralph to anyone needing an editor who is open, responsible, committed, and timely!
— Teresa Proctor, author of The Golden Key to Understanding: Healing with Mary Magdalene
 
 

 
 
Ralph helped me put my book together. I am grateful for his expertise and attention to detail but most of all for his openness to me and intuition about the book I was trying to write. He is fast, reliable, and supportive.
— Lee Embrey, author of A Training Ground for Love: Couples Relationships as a Path to Light
 
 

 
 
Ralph Dranow’s editing of my memoir in poetry helped me do deeper work through revision and additional writing. He has the insight and understanding of a poet and writer. He is compassionate when reading sensitive material and skillful in noting strengths and where a story can be improved.
— Jeannie Lupton, poet, memoir writer, reading series coordinator
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ralph is a very good listener who allows you to fully express yourself, which greatly clarifies the next step you will take. He is a gentle, supportive presence who elicits confidence in the writer.
— Billy Weprin, artist, author of Gifts of the Day

Ralph has proven to be an excellent editor of stories. He is knowledgeable and supportive—a joy to work with!
— Rebecca Field, Author of To Choose the Fire of the Cosmos
Because of Ralph’s writing and editing assistance with my essays, I got into a top Ivy League school, which is among the top five programs in the country for my major, urban planning. Thank you!
— Mary M.

Ralph showed me great compassion while providing expedient and thorough editing for my memoir. Thank you for making my work shine.
— Danielle Bergan, author of Its Always Okay To Be Me: A Journey To Recovering Lost Hope