Andrej Nikolaidis

Andrej Nikolaidis (1974) is the prose writer of everyday urban of Balkans life, which transposes into the anti-traditional stories filling with documentary elements, but without distracting from the creative imagination. In the content of his works shows intellectual courage, whereas in formal and stylistic plan he shines as eloquent prose writer with great culture and reading.

He has written books of short stories “Reviews of indifference” and “The Seattle Cathedral”, and the novels “Why Mira Furlan”, “They”, “Mimessis”, The coming”, “Nine”, and “The Son”; while as a journalist has written columns for several newspapers and magazines and is known for fierce controversy with director Emir Kusturica which he called “one of the biggest stars of the time of Milosevic’s media.”