Born: March 29 1958 in Avigliano Basilicata, Italy
Resides: Avigliano, Basilicata, Italy
E-mail: angelagiordano58 (at) yahoo (dot) it
Angela Giordano is above all an artist - she is painting fabrics, mirrors, glass, stones and various materials for over 35 years. For nearly a decade he has written traditional poems and Japanese metrics. The haiku has completely conquered her for its synthesis and immediacy of images and emotions aroused in only 17 syllables. She believes that poetry is a vehicle and a means to bring people together and knows no boundaries.
Awards and Other Honors: Awards Michel Madhusudan Prize (1998); Readers' Favorite Honorable Mention Award (2015); Limca Book of Records (2016); Beverly Hills Book Awards (2016); IndieReader Discovery Award (2016); 7th Setouchi Matsuyama International Photo-Haiku Contest (2017); Autumn Moon Haiku contest (2017) - honorable mention; included in Europe's Top 100 Haiku Poets (2017); included in The Mainichi Haiku in English Best of 2017; NHK Haiku Masters, Feb. 2018 - 1st place.
Books Published: Work Anthologised: Autunno Haiku (2013); Primavera Haiku (2015); Estate Haiku (2016) series of anthologies - Edizioni della Sera, ed. S. Giovinazzo; L'Immenso in breve (2013) and Orme di noi (2014) - Edizioni La Luna Nera; Haiku tra meridiani e paralleli Quarta stagione - FusibiliaLibri, ed. Dona Amati (2018).
Credits: "they smell the wind" - honourable mention 7th Setouchi Matsuyama International Photo-Haiku Contest (2017); "low clouds" - Failed Haiku Vol. 2, Issue 15 (2017); "wake up the day" - 1st place NHK Haiku Masters Feb. 2018; "wild chicory" - The Mainichi Oct. 6, 2017; "thin fog" - Otata No. 32, August 2018; "increasingly rare" - honourable mention Autumn Moon Haiku Contest (2017).