Owen Bullock has published two previous collections of haiku, wild camomile (Post Pressed, Australia, 2009) and breakfast with epiphanies (Oceanbooks, NZ, 2012). His haiku have been published widely and anthologised. He has published a collection of poetry, sometimes the sky isn’t big enough (Steele Roberts, NZ, 2010); the novella, A Cornish Story (Palores, UK, 2010), and a number of chapbooks of haiku and poetry, including tracer (Ampersand Duck, Canberra, 2015). He is a former editor of Kokako, New Zealand’s only haiku magazine, and has edited numerous other journal issues and anthologies, most recently Underneath – The University of Canberra’s Vice-Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize, 2015 (with Niloofar Fanaiyan). At the beginning of 2014 he moved to Australia to undertake a PhD in creative Writing at the University of Canberra. He also juggles and plays the tin whistle.