Aaron Brindle was born on March 13, 1980, in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. A graduate in psychology and education, he is a published writer of both poetry and prose.

He is the author of children’s books Fly, Sebastian, Fly! and Sebastian’s Wonderful Find! which were inspired by the works of A.A. Milne and Beatrix Potter.

He is also the author of The Den of Lost Hours, a collection of English haiku, senryū and free verse poetry reflecting his influences: Japanese poets such as Matsuo Bashō, the French poet Arthur Rimbaud, as well as American Beat writers Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg and Charles Bukowski.