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REX WALTON

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REX WALTON has been writing poetry for nearly twenty years, beginning in the mid 80s as a student of UNL English professors Greg Kuzma, Marcia Southwick, Mordecai Marcus and Warren Fine. He co-edited the English Department's LAURUS undergraduate annual magazine with Season Harper, and has infrequently sent off packets of poems to publications, and has (infrequently) seen some of those poems in print, such as Plainsong, and the Plains Song Review. A poem of his was used as the lyics for Color of Silence, a musical piece by Anthony Lanman (http://www.thenewstyle.org/catalogue.php?id=54). Lately, he has been working on the Crescent Moon Reading Series. At this moment he is probably sitting down at the Crescent Moon courtyard, drinking an iced coffee and reading, or thinking about doing same. Look around — do you see him?



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