Cam Rea lives in Kendallville, IN, and is a student of American Public University of Charles Town, West Virginia. Cam formerly served in the US Military in the Engineering Corps.
Cam Rea first started writing poetry back in the mid 90's and was published in several anthologies. The most notable of these anthologies was "In Our Own Words: An Anthology of Poetry: From a Generation Falsely Labeled, (Volume 1), 1997" and "In Our Own Words: A Generation Defining Itself (Volume 2), 2000"
In addition, Cam Rea also had a long standing interest in the subject of the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel and their early history. He has wrote two books on the subject the first being "The Assyrian Exile: Israel's Legacy in Captivity" (2008), and his second titled book "Isaac's Empire: Ancient Persia's Forgotten Identity" which was released on September 11, 2009. Cam Rea is currently working on his third book titled, "Battle accounts of the Cimmerians and Scythians in the Ancient Near East," which is set for publication in the fall of 2011.