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Ðurđa Vukelić Rožić

Ðurđa Vukelić Rožić
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Ðurđa Vukelić Rožić (born Ðurđa Vukelić, April 6, 1956, Vidrenjak, Croatia [Yugoslavia]), Croatian haiku poet. With a degree in economics from the University of Zagreb, she is now retired from a position at Zagrebačka banka, Zagreb. She was founder of the Klostar Ivanić International Haiku Meeting and the Three Rivers Haiku Association in Ivanić-Grad, Croatia, and serves as editor-in-chief of the haiku magazine Iris and the online version, Iris International. Rožić publishes poetry, humorous sketches, short stories, and haiku and has compiled two comprehensive anthologies of Croatian haiku, Nepokošeno nebo / An Unmown Sky (2011) and Nepokošeno nebo / An Unmown Sky 2 (2018). She is the author of the Haikupedia article “Haiku in Croatia” and resides in Ivanić-Grad, Croatia.


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Updated on October 3, 2020