has published a collection of poetry, sometimes the sky isn’t big enough
, (Steele Roberts, New Zealand, 2010); haiku: wild camomile
(Post Pressed, Australia, 2009), and the novella, A Cornish Story
(Palores, UK, 2010). His poetry and haiku have won numerous awards, including 2nd Prize in the New Zealand Poetry Society International Poetry Competition and Co-Winner of the Haiku International Association Competition, both 2009.
In 2012, Owen published his second collection of haiku, breakfast with epiphanies
(Oceanbooks, NZ). He also edited Poetry NZ #45
, and Building a time machine
(New Zealand Poetry Society anthology), and was one of the editors of Take Five: Best Contemporary Tanka, Vol. IV
. His fiction was recently featured in Takahe #77
. Owen is on the International Editorial Board for Axon: Creative Explorations
(University of Canberra).