Rex Carey Arrasmith writes poetry and fiction in Sedona, AZ and Lāna’I, HI. He is currently working on writing a series of epistolary elegies to friends and lovers lost during the worst of the AIDS pandemic. His work is inspired by the vortexes found in Arizona’s Coconino National Forest and in whale song during the annual Humpback migration in Hawaii. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University. He also writes uniquely inspired wedding vows as an ordained Universal Life Minister. His poetry can be found in the Lily Poetry Review, Passenger’s Journal, Ugly Writers, Spillwords, and others.
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