Kristijan Vujičić (Zagreb, 1973) earned a degree in Philosophy and Religious Studies from the University of Zagreb. His fiction and reviews have been published in a number of culture-oriented magazines and daily papers. He works as a freelance editor. In 2017 Vujičić won the prestigious Večernji list Short Story Award. He also received the Kiklop Award twice: for the best novel (2006), and as the best editor (2014).
He has published five novels, among which The Love Metamorphosis of Božidar Kukec, which was shortlisted for the Gjalski Award, the novel Mr. Noname, shortlisted for the Fran Galović Award, Society for Ants' Games, shortlisted for the SFera Award, the most prominent Croatian genre writing award, while his novel Repeating was the semifinalist of the T-Portal Award for the novel of the year.