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Jasminka 
     Nadakic 
          
iorievi

 

  • Electrical engineer

  • Poet

  • Art photographer

  • Date of birth: March 13, 1958

  • Write haiku and other forms of poetry many years ago

  • Author of four books (poetry) "Time of Nettles", "The Patch of Dark", "Jostling of Butterflies" and "An Upset Bird"

  • Published in eight countries

  • Living in Smederevo, Yugoslavia.

  • Her haiku are present on these web sites: "The Heron's Nest", "Mainichi Daily News", "Asahi Haikuist Network", "World Haiku Review", "Poetry In The Light", "HASEE", "Temps Libres/Free Times", "Shiki Haiku Salon", "Digital Haiga Gallery (See Haiku Here)", "Suien", "Borders&Time" ("Moments"), "Haiku Cycles", "Haiku Harvest", "World Tempos Journal", "Ginyu", "Haijinx", "Carpe Diem", "Haiku Dawn", "Electronic Poetry Network - Poem of the Day", "Tinywords", "In Buddha's Temple", "Nature Haiku Wall", "Autumn Leaves", "Haikumania", "AHA!Poetry" (OpenMIC, Maekuzuki), "Mothra", "Inter Arts", "Kavitanjali", "The Poetic Page", "Bilingual Haiku" , ...

    For a more detailled web bibliography and to read my haiku on other sites...


Contact Information

Postal address: Jasminka Nadaskic Diordievic, 11300 Smederevo, Radnicka 1, Yugoslavia
Telephone and fax:  +381 26 223 529
Electronic mail: Dior@SezamPro.YU
Webmaster:    Jasminka

Awards

  • Mainichi Daily News Haiku in English Annual Selection 2001. - Second Prize

  • 35th Annual Conference of Japan Society on Water Environment 2001. - Runner-up

  • 6. Kusamakura Haiku Competition 2001. - Third Award (Nyuusen)

  • 3. HIA Competition 2001. - Honorable Mention

  • Mainichi Daily News Haiku in English Annual Selection 1999. - Honorable Mention

  • Haiku contest "YU - 2.99", Novi Sad 1999. First award

  • XII Yugoslav haiku festival, Odzaci 1999. - Second award

  • Toast Point Contest 1998. -  Golden Star

  • IV Yugoslav haiku festival, Odzaci 1992. Commendation

 

Magazines and books:

  • in England ---> Blithe Spirit

  • in Japan ---> Mainichi Daily News, Ehime, Ginyu, Ko

  • in Netherlands --> Woodpecker

  • in USA ---> Modern Haiku, Point Judith Light, Heron's Nest, In Buddha's Temple

  • in Slovenia ---> Letni casi

  • in Romania ---> Haiku

  • in India ---> Poets International, "Poets International Anthology", "Fabrik of Vision" (anthology)

  • in Czech ---> "Parce neba" (Kousek nebe, A piece of the sky) Haiku iz sklonista (Haiku z krytu, Haiku from an air-raid shelter)

  • in Yugoslavia ---> (magazines) Gradina, Haiku Moment, Haiku Informator, Haiku Novine, Haiku Pismo, Lotos, Pomak, Krovovi, Maslacak, Paun, Leaflet (Listak), Leptir, Nas Glas, Sartid
    ---> (books) "Gost sa istoka", "Zlatna hrizantema", "Grana koja mase", "Ptice u plavetnilu", "Razgovori o haiku poeziji", "Talasanje senki", "Knjiga njihove sramote", "Vrabac na prozoru"

"They are fragrant and lyric works. I had a strong feeling like that when I received a petal falling down from high in the air through a war fire."

(Masako Takahashi, Editor of "Ehime", Matsuyama)