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Samo Kreutz

Samo Kreutz

Born: December 25 1975 in Ljubljana, Slovenia
Resides: Ljubljana, Slovenia
E-mail: samo (dot) kreutz (at) gmail (dot) com

Samo Kreutz is a Bachelor of Economics. Besides haiku (which he has been writing since 2011), he writes novels, short stories and poetry. He is the author of ten books in Slovene and two in English (both are still available at Amazon.com). His work has appeared in various Slovenian literary magazines, anthologies (just recently in the World Poetry Tree: An Anthology for Hope, Love, and Peace, Expo 2020, Dubai UAE), on national Radio, and on international websites (and journals), such as Wales Haiku Journal, Under the Basho, Tsuri-Dōrō: A Small Journal of Haiku and Senryu, The Bamboo Hut, Taj Mahal Review, Poetry Pea, Jalmurra: Art & Poetry Journal, Haiku Commentary, Frameless Sky: Art Video Journal, The Asahi Shimbun (Asahi Haikuist Network), Akitsu Quarterly, Akita International Haiku Network: World Haiku Series 2020; World Haiku Series 2021, and others.

Awards and Other Honors:

Commendation, Apokalipsa, Slovenia, 2015; Commendation, Apokalipsa, Slovenia, 2018; European Top 100 most creative haiku authors certificate 2021 by Krzysztof Kokot.

Books Published:

Kot molčanje globoko (poetry collection, Ekslibris, 2012); Mežik zelene (haiku collection, Ekslibris, 2013); Za pest zemlje (short stories collection, Ekslibris, 2014); Beseda kakor svet (poetry collection, Ekslibris, 2015); Sonca za cel dan (haiku collection, Ekslibris, 2016); Tisti, ki so spali (novel, Ekslibris, 2017); Vzvalovljenosti (poetry collection, Ekslibris, 2018); Ristanc čez pločnik (haiku collection, Ekslibris, 2019); Čumnata senčnega boga (novel, Ekslibris, 2020); The Stars for Tonight (haiku collection, Cyberwit.net, India, 2021); Da te imenujem morje (poetry collection, Ekslibris, 2021); A Time Different from Ours (haiku collection, Cyberwit.net, India, 2022).

Selected Work
 
shop window
today's special offer
a rainbow
 
cuckoo's cry
in his thin wallet
borrowed money
 
 
 
flea market
louder than huckster
a nearby crow
 
library visit
among a pile of books
I find a boy's laughter
 
 
 
heavy truck
delivered into the village
an evening downpour
 
moon in veils
a tiny street lamp
shines for them both
 
 

Credits:

"shop window" - Autumn Moon Haiku Journal 4:2; June 2021; "cuckoo's cry" - Stardust Haiku Issue 54, June 2021; "flea market" - Chrysanthemum #29, April 2021; "library visit" - Stardust Haiku Issue 50, February 2021; "heavy truck" - Kingfisher Issue 4, October 2021; "moon in veils" - 23. Haiku zbornik, Ludbreg 2020, July 2020.

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