1. The Music of Ourselves: a reading of my own poetry
2. The Playfulness of Poetry: a personal exploration of the ways in which poetry can echo the playfulness that we all experienced as children and to which (I would contend) we still have access through language
Harry Owen is the author of six poetry collections: Searching for Machynlleth; The Music of Ourselves; Five Books of Marriage; Non-Dog; Worthy: poems for my father; and Small Stones for Bromley. He is editor of I Write Who I Am: an anthology of Upstart poems, showcasing young poets from disadvantaged township schools, and For Rhino in a Shrinking World: an international anthology.