Author, Journalist, Lecturer.
For many years, Mr. Fowler was a major contributor to practically all the major National Magazines. During this period he wrote over a dozen books ranging in content from light fiction to critically praised studies and histories in the field of sociology and economics.
But, during this period, Mr. Fowler's truly great talent lay in the body of poetry which he wrote with no attempt at publication.
Mr. Fowler was born in 1893, and through his life published noted works including "Food, A Weapon For Victory" (1942), "The Cooperative Challenge" (1947), and "Men, Meat and Miracles" (1952). His work was also published in numerous magazines including "Collier's Weekly", "Coronet Magazine", "Scribners", "The Saturday Review", and "The Forum".
Fowler passed away at the age of 83, shortly after having gifted these poetic works to Rex Reason.