Sunday, June 7, 2015

Poetry Review Special Feature: Four Poems by James Frederick William Rowe

From the Editor:  

I am pleased to present this Special Feature showcasing some of the poetry of James Frederick William Rowe, a frequent contributor to the Songs of Eretz venues.  The poems appear below as separate, distinct, searchable posts to the website.  

Mr. Rowe is an emerging force in the world of poetry with a style that is bold, imaginative, crisp, and refreshingly simple yet profound. His work harkens back to the best elements of old school forms but with a distinctive contemporary flair.  I have no doubt that we may continue to expect great things from this poet.  Enjoy!

Steven Wittenberg Gordon, MD

About the Poet:  

James Frederick William Rowe hails from Brooklyn, New York (although he prefers the use of British spelling in his writing).  In the last few years, he has had over twenty-five of his poems published internationally in such markets as:  Big Pulp, Songs of Eretz Poetry E-zine, Tales of the Talisman, Bete Noire, Heroic Fantasy Quarterly, and Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine.  When he is not writing verse and crafting yarns, he is employed as an Adjunct Professor of Philosophy in the City University of New York, is pursuing a Ph.D. in the same subject, and works a variety of freelance positions.  Find out more about Mr. Rowe at

Table of Contents

From the Editor

About the Poet

Poems by James Frederick William Rowe


     Mercury Rx

     Everywhere the Serpent Slain

     The Dirge of Riders to Certain Death

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