Vladimir Bulatović Vib

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Vladimir Bulatović Vib
BornVladimir Bulatović
(1931-03-08)March 8, 1931
Sopotsko, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (now North Macedonia)
Died(1994-09-01)September 1, 1994[1] (aged 63)
Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia Flag of Serbia and Montenegro (2003–2006).svg
OccupationSatirist, short-story writer, Aphorist, Journalist, Newspaper editor
GenreAphorism, Satire, Jurnals

Vladimir Bulatović Vib (Serbian Cyrillic: Владимир Булатовић Виб) (8 March 1931 – 1 September 1994) was a Serbian writer, satirist and aphorist, journalist and editor. He was born in Sopotsko in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (in what is now North Macedonia). He studied journalism and diplomacy and graduated from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy.


He was a longtime editor of Politika and chief editor of Politikin Zabavnik. He was voted the best satirist of all time in a poll for the magazine Rhino .[2] The ninth international Satire fest 2011. in Belgrade was dedicated to the eightieth anniversary of his birth. His works include:

  • Alarm clock (satire, 1961.)
  • The exchange for ideals (satire, 1965.)
  • Spring cleaning (1971.)
  • Step Back (aphorisms, 1976.)[3]
  • SelectionThe - What the author really meant? Reversible and other games (posthumously, 1994.)

Vib award[edit]

The award, named after Vlada Bulatović Vib, was established in 1994 and is given to young writers for their contributions to the field of satire. The award consists of the plaque with the figure of Vib, the art of sculptor Ljubinke Savić - Grassi, a cash prize and a set of Vib's books. Previous winners of the award are:

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Vremeplov
  2. ^ [1] Blic online
  3. ^ [2] step back
  4. ^ [3] nagrada
  5. ^ [4] nagrada2
  6. ^ [5] nagrada3