Born: in Varaždin, Croatia
Resides: Varaždin, Croatia
An economist, she writes haiku, poetry, free-verse for children and stories for juveniles. She is a member of the Varaždin Literature Society (Varaždinsko književno društvo) and the World Haiku Association, Japan. She takes part in gatherings and recitals of haiku in Croatia and publishes in relevant annual join collections.
Awards and Other Honors: Second Prize [Kajkavian Dialect], 5th Haiku Day - Dubravko Ivančan (Krapina 2003); Second Prize, International Kusamakura Haiku Competition (Kumamoto, Japan, 2002); Third Prize, Haiku Calendar/Rokovnik: International haiku contest in English (Ludbreg, 2004); Third Prize, Kloštar Ivanić -Croatian language (2004); An award, Genkissu! Spirits Up! World Wide Hekinan Haiku contest! (Japan, 2008); World Haiku 2006-2011, Anthologies (World Haiku Association); work included on the Haiku Society of America's "Haiku Wall" at the Liberty Theatre Gallery in Bend, Oregon (June 3-5, 2011); named as one of The European Top 100 most creative haiku authors in 2011; The Ludbreg Column of Haiku Poets (2012).
Books Published: Pjesma slavuja / Nightingale's song (Tiva Tiskara Varaždin 2010).
Credits: "Melted snow"- Second Prize, International Kusamakura Haiku Competition (Kumamoto, Japan, 2002); "Carried by the wind" - Haiku stvarnost / Haiku Reality - http://www.geocities.com/ana_vazic/haikuodab1.htm; "A girl carrying" - Third Prize, Kloštar Ivanić (Croatian language, 2004); "A white seagull" - Choice of haiku - Miscellany of Ludbreg Haiku Meeting (1999); "Long into the night" - An award, Genkissu! Spirits Up! World Wide Hekinan Haiku contest! (Japan, 2008); "Through a stormy night" - Choice of haiku, One Thousand Cranes, The International Haiku Contest within The International Festival Origami Peace Tree Romania 2009 (PIM Publishing House, Iasi, Romania, 2009).