Milovan Danojlić (born 1937 in Ivanovci village near Ljig, Kingdom of Yugoslavia), is a Serbian writer, who lives and works in France. He has been a member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts since 2000. In 1989 he was a member of the Founding Committee of the Democratic Party in Yugoslavia. The Democratic Party was the first opposition, non-communist party in Serbia since 1945.
He has published more than 70 books of fiction and poetry in the Serbian language. His most famous books are: Neka vrsta cirkusa ("Some kind of circus"); Licne stvari - ogledi o sebi i o drugima ("Personal things - experiments on self and others") and Balada o siromastvu ("A balad on poverty").
As of April 2010, he writes a regular weekly column in NIN magazine.
- Interview published in French
- Milovan Danojlic's books available in Serbian
- Catalogue of US libraries where Danojlic's books can be found and a list of all his books
- Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts web site listing Milovan Danojlic
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