About Anne

Anne Dunnett is a Haiku poet and creative designer based on Vancouver Island. Anne’s first experience with Haiku came from her Grandmother, opening a door that would lead her on a remarkable journey for the rest of her life. Anne’s intimate relationship with writing Haiku has fueled her belief that Haiku is a powerful tool on the path to mindfulness, healing and daily stress management.

Anne’s haiku poetry has won honorable mentions and has been critiqued and reviewed by some of the best – and best known – Haiku poets in Canada and the United States. She has been self-published and her works have been featured in Haiku anthologies, including Erotic Haiku. Anne’s Haiku poems have won honorable mentions at Vancouver’s Cherry Blossom Festival.

Anne has found her purpose and passion in showing others how to embrace their creativity and use Haiku to unlock their spirituality and learn to be in the moment. Mindfulness has brought wholeness to her life and Haiku has led her to a lifestyle filled with endless benefits and possibilities.

Everyday Haiku is a virtual business that operates on traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the K’ómoks First Nation.