Čedomir Mirković

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Čedomir Mirković
Mirković in 2004
Mirković in 2004
Born(1944-01-18)18 January 1944
Nevade, Gornji Milanovac,
Yugoslavia
Died25 April 2005(2005-04-25) (aged 61)
Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
OccupationWriter, literary critic
NationalitySerbian

Čedomir Mirković (Serbian Cyrillic: Чедомир Мирковић; 18 January 1944 – 25 April 2005) was a Serbian writer.[1]

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.[2] He was also the director of Radio Television of Serbia, the Serbian state television.[3]

Throughout his life, he had published ten books of essays, stories, book critiques and one novel.[4] His works were also published in the English language.[5] He died suddenly on April 25, 2005 after a stroke, aged 61.[6]

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