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Vladimir Šuk

Vladimir Šuk, 2020 Photo by Morena Šuk

Vladimir Šuk (born March 5, 1956, Zagreb, Croatia [Yugoslavia]), Croatian haiku poet, holds a degree from the Faculty for Foreign Trade in Zagreb; now retired as director of the Open University Oroslavje. Among founders of the annual Haiku at Mogila (Haiku kraj Mogile) meetings and judges the contests. He won the 16th Dubravko Ivančan Haiku Day contest (Krapina, 2014) and was awarded Tokusen (2nd Prize) in the 23rd International Kusamakura Haiku Competition (2018). In 2016, jointly with Franjo Ordanić, he published the haiku collection Kliktaj bradatih orlova / The Scream of the Bearded Eagles. Šuk composes haiku in standard Croatian and Kajkavian dialect; he is also an amateur painter, sculptor, cartoonist, and photographer. He lives in Oroslavje, Croatia. 

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Updated on August 16, 2023