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Guillermo Arriaga (Mexico City, 1958) is a Mexican screenwriter and writer. He’s written four novels (The Guillotine Squad, A Sweet Scent of Death, Night Buffalo and The Savage) and a short-story collection (Retorno 201). Arriaga’s prose has been translated into many languages.
Arriaga doesn’t do adaptations of his prose for the screen nor does he write on commission. He’s written screenplays for the films Amores perros, 21 Grams, The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada (“The Palme d'Or” for the best screenplay at the Cannes International Film Festival, 2005), Babel (Academy Award nomination for the best screenplay, 2007), Night Buffalo and The Burning Plain.
Uroš Bojanović was born in Teslić, BH, in 1991.
He has published two books of poetry: Ja ne mogu ništa (2007) and Iz druge sobe (2011).
He has also had his poems published in literary magazines: Polja, Tema, Zarez, Agon, Knjigomat, Kritična masa, Afirmator, BKG, Ars, Libartes i Strane.
His poems are included in the anthology Meko tkivo: izbor iz nove poezije regiona.
He lives and works in Teslić.
Stefan Bošković was born in Podgorica on 15th February 1983. In 2010 he graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Cetinje.
He has published the novel Šamaranje which won The Prize for the Best Unpublished Novel. His short stories and dramas have been published in several magazines and anthologies. His stories have been translated into English, Russian and Slovenian.
Co-screenwriter of the feature film Ispod mosta, na travi, među stijenama, 2016.
Screenwriter of the short live action film Umir krvi directed by Senad Šahmanović, 2014.
creenwriter of the documentary films Dado Đurić, 2012. Žive oči, 2014. Vice Verse, 2015.
Performed dramatic texts U ljubavnom trouglu, Komad i Galeb.
Denis Čokić was born in Sisak in 1975.
He lives in Vinča.
He writes short stories.
His short stories have been published in literary magazines and anthologies.
He lives in Zemun.
Jasna Dimitrijević (1979, Negotin, SFRY) writes short prose and reviews. Some of these get published in regional magazines and anthologies. She has written the short-story collection Prepoznavanja (2015). She’s unemployed, but working.
Đura Đukanov (1956-2000) was a Serbian writer of short stories and dramas. As a native of Mokrin, he is one of the most significant representatives of the twentieth-century prose of Banat. Apart from Mokrin, he lived in Vršac and Novi Sad. He published the following books: Đavolska snevačina (1979), Domaći Sapun (1982), Slatkovodna Neman (1985), Luda pali sveće (1988), Voz Svetog Petra (1990), Dnevnik Vilijama Vilsona (1997) and Dvogled bez stakala (2000, posthumously).
Maurice Gee has written more than thirty novels for adults and children and he’s also written for film and television. He has won a lot of awards in his homeland, New Zealand, and for his most famous novel Plumb he was awarded the James Tate Black Memorial Prize in the United Kingdom. He lives with his wife Margaret in the city of Nelson in the New Zealand South Island. He’s got two daughters and a son.
Johan Harstad, born on 10 February 1979 in Stavanger, is a Norwegian novelist, short story writer, playwright and graphic designer who lives and works in Oslo. He made his literary debut in 2001 at the age of twenty-two with a collection of short prose entitled From Here On You Only Get Older (Herfra blir du bare eldre), and in 2002 he published a short story collection titled Ambulance. His first novel, Buzz Aldrin, What Happened to You in All the Confusion? (Buzz Aldrin, hvor ble det av deg i alt mylderet?), was published in Norway in 2005 and has been translated into more than ten languages. During the year of 2009 he was engaged as the first playwright in residence at the National Theatre of Norway in its history. He’s won numerous literary prizes and awards.