Owen Bullock

                                                                                                   

                                                                                                 

                                                                           

Owen Bullock’s haiku have appeared in numerous journals in seven countries. He also publishes tanka, haibun and renga, as well as longer forms of poetry, and fiction. His first collection of haiku was wild camomile (Post Pressed, Australia, 2009); a second collection, breakfast with epiphanies, is in preparation. He has published a book of poetry, sometimes the sky isn’t big enough (SteeleRoberts, 2010), and the novella A Cornish Story (Palores, UK, 2010).

Owen has edited Kokako and Poetry NZ, among others. He is one of the editors of the 2011 edition of Take Five: Best Contemporary Tanka, and is on the International Editorial Board for the online journal, Axon: Creative Explorations, based at the University of Canberra. He has a website here.

                                                                              once again
                                                                              the sea has removed the names
                                                                              from the sand

                                                               First published in paper wasp 18:1

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