In addition to periodic appearances in Songs of Eretz Poetry Review, Dr. Gordon's poetry has appeared in New Myths, Asimov’s, Hospital Drive, and other fine publications. He divides his time between editing, writing, and his private family medicine practice in Kansas.
Learn more about Dr. Gordon and his publication history by exploring his personal blog http://www.StevesofGrass.blogspot.com. Dr. Gordon invites you to follow him on Twitter and Instagram @SongsofEretz, email him at Editor@SongsOfEretz.com, friend "Steven Wittenberg Gordon" on Facebook, or ask to connect with him on LinkedIn.
J. Artemus Gordon, Art Editor
J. Artemus Gordon joined the editorial staff March 2, 2018. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Columbus College of Art & Design in Columbus, Ohio where he honed his skills as a painter, illustrator, sculptor, and graphic designer. He currently resides in Kansas.
In addition to making art, Gordon enjoys gourmet cooking and video games. He is available for freelance hire and invites you to explore his website JasonArtGo.com, to connect with him on LinkedIn, to email him at JasonArtGo@gmail.com, and to check out his work on Instagram @JasonArtGo.
Want to own one of his illustrations as seen in Songs of Eretz? Please go to our "Artwork Store" page for details on how to purchase the original, one-of-kind painting or drawing, framed and delivered directly to you http://www.songsoferetz.com/p/artwork-store.html.
In the last few years, Rowe has cut out a substantial niche in the speculative poetry front, having seen over thirty poems published internationally in such markets as: Big Pulp, Songs of Eretz, Tales of the Talisman, Heroic Fantasy Quarterly (where he is also an editor), Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, and Bete Noire. His efforts also include a growing number of poems suiting the literary audience. His works have been described as having a, "...style that is bold, imaginative, crisp, and refreshingly simple, yet profound." Visit him at http://jamesfwrowe.wordpress.com.
Terri Lynn Cummings, Assistant Editor
A Note about Our Frequent Contributors: Frequent Contributor status is bestowed upon a select few up-and-coming poets handpicked by the Editor-in-Chief. Membership in this exclusive group is by invitation only.
Ross Balcom, Frequent Contributor
Ross Balcom lives in the former constitutional republic of the United States. His poems have appeared in Beyond Centauri, inkscrawl, Poetry Midwest, Spectral Realms, Star*Line, and other publications. In addition to poetry, his interests include parapsychology, hypnosis, and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP). A Charter Member of the Frequent Contributor ranks, Ross has been an FC since January 1, 2016.
Richard Fenwick, Frequent Contributor (On a Leave of Absence)
Richard began a leave of absence on March 4, 2019, in order to deal with family health issues. Former FC John Reinhart will be covering for Richard until he returns.
Gene Hodge, Frequent Contributor
Gene is a member of the Chattanooga Writer’s Guild and International Bureau of Electrical Workers. He is also a professional entertainer who performs throughout the south and northeast. He hails from Soddy Daisy, Tennessee. A review of his latest published poetry collection, in the moment, may be found here http://www.songsoferetz.com/2017/11/pop-by-gene-hodge.html. Gene has been a Frequent Contributor since January 1, 2018.
Karla is assistant editor and poetry book reviewer for The Centrifugal Eye. She is a member of Just Poets (Rochester, New York), the Florida State Poetry Society, the New Mexico Poetry Society, and The Author's Guild. Visit her blog, Vagabond Poet Redux, at http://karlalinn.blogspot.com; follow her on Twitter @LinnMerrifiel; or friend her on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/karlalinn.merrifield. Karla joined the Frequent Contributor ranks December 12, 2018.
John Reinhart, Special Guest Frequent Contributor
John Reinhart was a Charter Member Frequent Contributor from January 1, 2016, to December 13, 2017. He has graciously agreed to cover for FC Richard Fenwick who has been on a leave of absence since March 4, 2019, to take care of some family health issues.
John is a recipient of the Horror Writers Association Dark Poetry Scholarship and a winner of the Poetry Nook Weekly Contest. His work ranges from fantastical to experimental and has been published in Pedestal Magazine, Holy Shit!, Fleurs du Mal, Liquid Imagination, Popshot, Better Than Starbucks, and many other literary magazines, various anthologies, and across seven collections of poetry. Find his work at http://home.hampshire.edu/~jcr00/reinhart.html, and on social media.
Past Frequent Contributors:
Yoni Hammer-Kossoy was a Frequent Contributor from January 1, 2018, to November 30, 2018. Enjoy his poetry here: http://www.songsoferetz.com/search?q=Yoni+Hammer-Kossoy.
Sierra July was a Charter Member Frequent Contributor from January 1, 2016, to November 23, 2018. Enjoy her poetry here: http://www.songsoferetz.com/search?q=Sierra+July.
Mary Soon Lee was a Charter Member Frequent Contributor from January 1, 2016, to December 7, 2018. Enjoy her poetry here: http://www.songsoferetz.com/search?q=Mary+Soon+Lee.
Lauren McBride was a Charter Member Frequent Contributor from January 1, 2016, to December 14, 2018. Enjoy her poetry here: http://www.songsoferetz.com/search?q=Lauren+McBride.
David Pring-Mill was a Charter Member Frequent Contributor from January 1, 2016, to October 27, 2017. Enjoy his poetry here: http://www.songsoferetz.com/search?q=David+Pring-Mill.
John Reinhart was a Charter Member Frequent Contributor from January 1, 2016, to December 13, 2017. Enjoy his poetry here: http://www.songsoferetz.com/search?q=John+Reinhart.
Aparna Sanyal was a Frequent Contributor from January 1, 2018, to December 21, 2018. Enjoy her poetry here: http://www.songsoferetz.com/search?q=aparna+sanyal.
Kaitlyn Vaughn (nee Frazier) was a Charter Member Frequent Contributor from January 1, 2016, to May 18, 2016. She came out of retirement and graciously agreed to cover for Frequent Contributor Terri Lynn Cummings who was on a leave of absence from December 25, 2017, to July 2, 2018. Enjoy her poetry here: http://www.songsoferetz.com/search?q=Kaitlyn.