Ken Bolton runs the Australian Experimental Art Foundation’s bookshop — Dark Horsey Books — in Adelaide, South Australia, and also Little Esther Books and the Lee Marvin Readings, and sometimes the AEAF’s talks series, The Modern Nonsense. When not “running, running” he writes art criticism and poetry. In 1963 he ran the bulls at Pamplona — the same year as his favourite film, The Ballad Of The Running Man, with Lee Remick and barking mad Laurence Harvey. Most recent collections are A Whistled Bit Of Bop (Vagabond Press, 2010) and Sly Mongoose (Puncher and Wattmann, 2011). Shearsman books (UK) published a new Selected Poems in 2012.