Balša Brković

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Balša Brković (Serbian Cyrillic: Балша Брковић) (born in Podgorica, Montenegro - Yugoslavia - in 1966) is a Montenegrin writer, essayist and theatre critic. He is also editor of cultural section of daily newspaper Vijesti, and one of the prominent members of the social liberal opposition party United Reform Action (URA).

He graduated from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy. He is an editor for the Vijesti newspaper for its culture section and is deeply involved with preservation of the original Montenegrin language.[1] He is a member of the Montenegrin PEN Center. He was also a speaker at the International Festival for short stories in 2009.[2]

Brković published collections of poetry: Konji jedu breskve (1985), Filip boje srebra (1991), Rt Svete Marije (1993), Contrapposto (1998) and Dvojenje (2001) and novels Privatna galerija (2002)[3] and Paranoja u Podgorici (2010).

His father Jevrem Brković was also a well-known Montenegrin writer.

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