Marko Krstić

Marko Krstić

Philologist specialized in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2007 – 2009 Secretary at the Desanka Maksimović Foundation, National Library of Serbia, Belgrade
2009 – 2013 Literary and art publications editor-in-chief at JP Službeni Glasnik
2015 – Copywriter at the publishing house Laguna, Belgrade
2015 – 2019 Copywriter at JP Službeni Glasnik, Belgrade
2016 – 2020 President of the Managing Board at the Desanka Maksimović Foundation, National Library of Serbia, Belgrade
2019 – 2021 Editor-in-chief and editor of key literary works at the publishing house Data Status, Belgrade
2021 – present Director of the Institute for Cultural Development Research

LITERARY WORK

Writer of the novels Viktorija (Mono i Manjana/Vulkan, 2011), which received the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts’ “Branko Ćopić” award (2012), also shortlisted for the NIN award and the “Danko Popović” award; Mundo libre (Laguna, 2019, 2020).

Editor of the book Antologija Agape (Agape Anthology) by Aleksandar Gajšek (2016, Agape knjiga). One of the founders of the literary group P-70 along with writers Vladimir Kecmanović, Slobodan Vladušić, Dejan Stojiljković, and Nikola Malović.

He published prose in NIN, Priča, Treš, and Slijepi Putnik (Rijeka, Hrvatska). Prose editor at Književni Magazin.

He wrote literary reviews for Danas and Politika (Kulturni dodatak).

EDUCATION

Faculty of Philology in Belgrade – Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory (World Literature)

CERTIFICATES

WEBIZ business education 2016

SKILLS

  • Knowledge of the English language
  •  Proficient in Windows and Excel

OTHER

  • Married with two children.
  • Professional sailor.