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​​​​​Published Work​​​​


(1) Poetry : Cornflakes and News

(2) Poetry : Wandering Southwards

(3) Play : Edward The Screenplay

(4) Photography : The World Through Animal Eyes

(5) Poetry : Love and Other Poems (English/Japanese)

(6) Poetry : The Fleeting Flowers of Spring (English/Japanese)

(7) Poetry : Following in the Footsteps of Basho (English) 

(8) Poetry : Your Eastern Glow (English/Japanese)​​


Journal articles featuring photography and articles - nature and wlldlife 


Japan Info Magazine - Article "Places to Explore and Discover in Ueno"

​Japan Info Magazine - Article "Where to Go and What to Do in the Paradise of Matsumoto"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "World of Writers in Ryusen, Tokyo’s Hidden District"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Welcome to Shibamata, Home to the Classic Comedy, “Otoko wa Tsurai yo!

Japan Info Magazine - Article "10 Fantastic Spots for a Photographer on Tokyo’s Sumida River"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "The Wonders of Nagano on the Road to Zenkoji Temple"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Walking the Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo, Your Gateway to Odaiba"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Best Ways to Discover the Japanese Country Music Scene"


Japan Info Magazine - Article "Gunma’s Daruma dolls"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Mountain Shrines of Gunma"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Following the Yamagata Mountain Pilgrimage of Japan’s Greatest Poets"

​Japan Info Magazine - Article "Kita-Sendai  Date Masamune Temples"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Story of the 47 Ronin in Tokyo"


Japan Info Magazine - Article "Ancient Fishing in Japan" 

Japan Info Magazine - Article "4 Must-Visit Spots in Historic Gifu"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Hakone, Where Diversity and Beauty Await!"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Castle Town of Odawara in Kanagawa"

​Japan Info Magazine - Article "Eihei-ji – a Temple in the middle of Cedar "


Japan Info Magazine - Article "Inokashira Zoo – a zoo within a park"

​Japan Info Magazine - Article "Hiraizumi : Pure Land Buddhism and Tohoku Pride"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Enoshima – a dating spot and so much more"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Classic shrines of Chiba"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "University sightseeing"


Japan Info Magazine - Article "Amazing Matcha and Tea Shops of Tokyo" 

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Matcha, the answer to life’s busy times"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Japan: A Tale of Two Teas"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Katsuyama – meditation without the crowds"


Japan Info Magazine - Article "Wildlife Spotting in Japan"

Japan Info Magazine - Article "Tokyo’s Best Natural Parks and Garden"




WAttention - Article "Noh Theater Workshop in Tokyo"

WAttention - Article "Okutama : A Trip Into Tokyo’s Untapped Forests"

 

Awards and Achievements


First Prize - Word Adelaide Festival

Poetry Reading Radio 
Burnside Book Festival (2013)

Burnside Japan Festival

About Mark Williams

An accomplished poet, writer and photographer, Mark's works are both a reflective and direct commentary on life and the natural environment. Mark’s passion is to espouse the power of art in its most basic form. His inspiration comes from nature, and his feelings, from the many pathways his life has taken.

His poetry range is diverse, covering all aspects of the human spectrum from love and joy, to war and the tragedy of depression. His poetry which is simple to understand yet deeply moving, won first prize at the Word Adelaide Festival (War Poem : Ethnic).

Mark’s photography is spectacular, and has been published, along with his journal articles, in several leading Australian and Japanese newspapers and magazines. Mark's images have won numerous photography awards (see below).

Mark is the author of several books, including three poetry collections, a dramatic screenplay and a beautiful photographic picture book of the natural world. His work as been featured at various book shows and library events. Mark was on Radio where he read his poems.

Mark currently resides in Japan, teaching English and writing for several Japanese on-line newspapers.   

Mark Williams