Dimitrije Bukvić (Belgrade, 1985) is a sociologist and journalist. He has published short stories in anthologies and literary magazines in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Croatia. He is the winner of the festival for young writers Srpsko pero, the short story competition of the Bor National Library and the Miodrag Borisavljević competition. He is the author of the books Kafanološki astal / Karirani stolnjak (co-authored with Prof. Dr. Dragoljub B. Đorđević, 2014) and Šezdeset osma – pedeset godina posle (2018). He is a member of the advisory team of the international project CoLaboArthon, which combines science and art by creating engaged collective literary works. He has published sociological papers in scientific journals in Serbia and Montenegro. He is the author of numerous reports and series in the daily Politika, and for the Balkan Research Network (BIRN) he has written about cultural policy issues in the region. Fun fact: part of his newspaper article about the writer Jelena J. Dimitrijević was included in a seventh grade reader.
Published by Partizanska knjiga: Svaka dobija.