Bojan Krivokapić (1985), published a book of short stories Trči Lilit, zapinju demoni (Kikinda, 2013)and a collection of gemischt-poetry Žoharov let (Stolac, 2014). A bilingual edition of hisfirst book, with translation into Italian by Vanesa Begić - Corri Lilit, i demoni inciampano, was published in 2014 in the edition of the City Library Pazin – House for Writers / Hiže od besid / Casa degli scrittori. The third edition of the book Trči Lilit, zapinju demoni, was published as an e-book by Literary workshops Rašić (Belgrade, 2015). He won the prize for fiction: Ulaznica (Zrenjanin, 2011), Duro Đukanov (Kikinda, 2012) and Edo Budiša (Pazin, 2014), and the prize Mak Dizdar for collection of poetry (Stolac, 2013).
He is the editor of collections of literary texts: Radovi u Kući (Novi Sad, 2012), PitchWise (Sarajevo, 2012), Na ulici gaze bose ljude (Novi Sad, 2013) and Poučak o nizovima: čitanka (Novi Sad, 2014) i Sanjatorijum (Novi Sad, 2015). He was the reviewer of the book from Ivana Inđin Utišani glasovi – nezavisna pozorišna i performerska feministička scena u Novom Sadu od 1989. do 1999. godine (Novi Sad, 2012) and a monograph from Art Clinic Eutanazija 2009-2011 (Novi Sad, 2012). His literary texts have been published in various collections, anthologies and magazines throughout the former Yugoslavia: Lapis Histriae (2010, 2012, 2014), Zarez, Odjek, Sveske, Idiot, Novi Ka/Os, Strane and others. He has participated in several literary events: Literary Festival Young rhymes (Ljubljana), Poetic Encounters Forest poets (Butori near Grožnjan in Istria), Short Story Festival Kikinda-Short (Kikinda and Belgrade), Literary Festival First Prozac at the top of the tongue (Zagreb), Literary Festival Polygon (Mostar) and others.
His literary texts have been translated into Italian, German, Albanian, Swedish, Hungarian and English. He graduated Comparative Literature at the Faculty of Philosophy in Novi Sad and was involved in anthropological theater in the Kamernom pozorištu muzike Ogledalo. He leads creative writing workshops in the Youth Center CK13 in Novi Sad where he currently lives and works.