Mark Antony Owen is an English poet writing in syllabic metre.
His work draws on that world where the countryside bleeds into
what we think of as suburbia. He calls this world ‘subruria’.
Applying a dark filter to his experiences of subrural life, Mark builds economic poems around small details of it; shifting from the personal to the general, from recollection to observation – each poem written in one of nine self-developed forms, sometimes with variations.
Mark lives and writes in subrural East Hampshire.