Zoran Živković

Zoran ŽivkovićZoran Zivkovic was born in Belgrade, former Yugosla­via, in 1948. In 1973 he graduated from the Depart­ment of General Literature with the theory of literature, Faculty of Philology of the University of Belgrade; he received his master’s degree in 1979 and his doctorate in 1982 from the same school.

He is the author of the sixteen works of fiction: The Fourth Circle (1993), Time Gifts (1997), The Writer (1998), The Book (1999), Impossible Encounters (2000), Seven Touches of Music (2001), The Library (2002), Steps through the Mist (2003), Hidden Cam­era (2003), Compartments (2004), Four Stories till the End (2004), Twelve Collections and the Teashop (2005), The Bridge (2006), Miss Tamara, The Reader (2006), Amarcord (2007) and The Last Book (2007).

He lives in Belgrade, Serbia, with his wife Mia, their twin sons Uros and Andreja, and their four cats.