Ronnie C. Wright
Poet & Author

Ronnie C. Wright

Born: Ronnie Charles Wright, January 22nd, Brooksville, Florida,

U.S.Occupation: Poet, author, photographer, filmmaker, inventor

Nationality: United States

Alma mater: Hernando, Florida, Harvard, Stanford

Notable works:The American Poet; Days On The Lawn

Notable awards: 7 Editors Choice Awards for Poetry; 3 Bronze Medals for Journalism; Inc. Magazine "Inc. 5000 Honoree"

Ronnie Charles Wright (born January 22nd) is an American poet and author. He is the world's first Acroneticist and award-winning inventor of Acronetics, Neuroacronetics, the Stayfine Diet and Width Method. Wright also served as Poet Laureate of the International Poetry Society from 2002 to 2004.

Early life

Ronnie C. Wright was born in Brooksville, Florida, to Earl Louis Wright, Sr., a singer who opened for Ray Charles in the "old days;" and, semi-pro baseball pitcher who defeated Mudcat Grant and, to Eloise Larry Wright, an only child who became an award-winning teacher.

Ronnie excelled at academics and sports as a member of National Honor Society, newspaper sports editor and letterman in football, basketball, track, cross-country and tennis. He received scholarship offers in football and tennis but, accepted an academic scholarship. Ronnie graduated from Hernando High with Honors in the nation's top five-percent. Seven days later he was enrolled at the University of Florida.