Gregg Rowe, (non de plume for Dale Gregory Rowe), was born in Dawson Creek, British Columbia (Canada) on March 12th, 1960. He has hitch-hiked across Canada, stopping along in cities and towns to seek employment to earn his way and now resides in St-Agathe-des-Monts Nord, Québec (Canada, for tax purposes.
In his twenties he studied Fine Arts at Vanier College in Ville St-Laurent, Québec. He is now a Professional Student at Concordia University in Montréal, Québec, enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and English Literature Program. At the speed of his studies he will graduate when he is 77 years old.
Gregg started writing poetry at the age of ten, dabbling in journalism at the age of sixteen and a published poet and journalist by the time he graduated from high school at the age of eighteen. His journalism experience came in handy when he was appointed "Special Reporter" for The Link, Concordia`s University student newspaper in 1995.
That same year his first short 15-minute play. "Two Good-byes" was produced an performed at the Stornaway Gallery in Montréal starring Géraldine Doucet (Snapshot Productions) and Tony Calebretta (Plateau Productions) and directed by Terry Donald (Centeur Theatre).
In 2004 and 2005, Gregg was appointed Writer-in-Residence at Trinity College in Hartford. Connecticut (USA)
Gregg saw his writing career start to take off. His work has appeared in "Tracy Dion Cooper", (2012) a anagram for Concordia University and a class anthology; and in "101 Lentos", (2013) an anthology devoted to the poetry form called "The Lento"
In 2013 and 2014, Gregg published his two books of poetry "Poems for Mother" (2013) and "Angels in Disguise Series" (2014) He is currently working on his third book of poetry "Flight of an Exocet" coming out in August 2015.