right, with her daughter) is
a free-lance journalist, astrologer, translator, writer of prose and
poetry attempts, curious and interested in all forms of everything
that exists, moves or seemingly keeps still, within and without.
Regarding haiku poetry, she most readily helps the "voice" of its
best products be heard the furthest and widest, and in that attempt she tries
to listen to and feel the nerve and to follow it.
She is a member of
the World Haiku Club. In 2003 she launched her own web site, Haiku stvarnost/Haiku
Reality [http://www.geocities.com/ana_vazic] with
the aim of gathering the world's best haiku authors and theoreticians.
[English pages: http://www.geocities.com/ana_vazic/indexeng.htm].
No book of hers has
been published as yet, either of haiku poetry (one is actually in the
process) or of any other field of her interests (two have been writing
themselves), but over 1000 of her articles on various topics have appeared
in numerous journals, magazines and newspapers.
She is a recipient
of several awards and commendations at haiku contests held in the country
(ex Yugoslavia, present Serbia and Montenegro) and abroad and her poems
have been published in a number of domestic and foreign haiku magazines.
to view Robert D. Wison's interview with Sasa Vazic published
in this issue of Simply Haiku.