Edward H. Owen (1919 – 2000), UK journalist, pupil of F. M. Alexander, and first editor of the Alexander Journal.
Edward Owen was a journalist who lived for many years in Guernsey. In 1965 he formed an agency specialising in travel and financial matters in Guernsey, and was the Financial Times offical correspondent for the Channel Isles.
Shortly after Alexander’s death Edward Owen started to collect material for a biography of Alexander, but realised he did not have enough funding to complete it. He left his notes for the STAT archives.
Owen gave the 1961 F. M. Alexander Memorial Lecture, ‘Alexander’s meeting with Coghill’.
He was editor of the Alexander Journal for its first three issues (1962–64).
‘Great teacher – The man who helped Sir Stafford Cripps’ by Edward H. Owen.
‘The man who mastered habit’ by Edward H. Owen.
‘Alexander’s meeting with Coghill’ by Edward H. Owen.
‘Edward Owen’ by Tony Spawforth.