Mirković in 2004
|Born||18 January 1944|
Nevade, Gornji Milanovac,
|Died||25 April 2005 (aged 61)|
Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
|Occupation||Writer, literary critic|
He was the vice-president of the Association of Writers of Serbia, the editor-in-chief of the Prosveta publishing house from 1994 to 2000 and won numerous awards including the Isidora Sekulić award and the Milan Bogdanović award for the best written critique. He was also the director of Radio Television of Serbia, the Serbian state television.
Throughout his life, he had published ten books of essays, stories, book critiques and one novel. His works were also published in the English language. He died suddenly on April 25, 2005 after a stroke, aged 61.
- Zdravko Zupan, Vek stripa u Srbiji, Kulturni centar – Galerija savremene umetnosti, Pančevo, 2007.