Lejla Kalamujić, born 1980 in Sarajevo, graduated at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology at the University of Sarajevo. She is the author of the two collections of short stories The Anatomy of a Smile and Call Me Esteban. She is also author of the contemporary, socially engaged drama Ogress, or How I Killed My Family. Her second book Call me Esteban won the Edo Budiša Prize for best collection of short stories and was short-listed for the European Literature Prize in 2015. She has won many literature awards for short stories and was awarded various residencies and fellowships.
Her stories have been translated into English, German, French, Macedonian, Slovene, Polish, Romanian, Albanian and Lithuanian. She contributes prose, essays and reviews to various magazines and web portals in Bosnia and Herzegovina and other countries in the region.
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