| Novelist, Playwright|
| December 10, 1967 (age 48)
Sarajevo, Yugoslavia (1967-12-10) |
Dimitrije Bjelica, Nevenka Durovic
Spas 2, Moj deda Luj Viton, Srpkinja, The Virtual Whore
Lav Grigorije Pajkic, Vila Evandelina Pajkic
Nebojsa Pajkic, Dimitrije Bjelica, Vlado Georgiev, Zarko Lausevic, Milomir Maric
Isidora Bjelica Wikipedia
Isidora Bjelica (Serbian Cyrillic: Исидора Бјелица) (born 10 December 1967) is a Serbian prose writer, playwright and public figure.
Based in Belgrade for most of her career, Bjelica has produced over 55 books - novels, short story collections, plays, travel books and screenplays. Her work usually explores taboo themes.
She also works as a columnist for several magazines and newspapers.
Her books have been translated into English, French, Spanish, Croatian, Macedonian and Slovene.
Bjelica is a daughter of the famous chess author and journalist Dimitrije Bjelica.
She is married to professor Nebojša Pajkić, who co-authored one of her books.
They live in Belgrade and have a son and a daughter.Dorćol - Menhetn, 2000, writer and director
Šesto čulo, 2010, writer (1 episode - uncredited)