Miro Gavran (1962) is a Croatian prose writer and playwright, translated into 35 languages. He is the winner of over twenty national and international literary prizes.
A theater festival bearing his name: Gavranfest.
He has written about twenty plays and ten novels. Some of his most popular are: “Night of the gods”, “Chekhov says goodbye to Tolstoy”, “How to kill the president”, “Forgotten Son”, “Kafka’s Friend” etc.