Ante Tomić (Split, 1970) is an author, journalist, satirical columnist, blogger and screenwriter. He graduated in Philosophy and Sociology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zadar. Ante Tomić won several awards for his journalistic and literary work, including the Croatian Journalists’ Association Award "Marija Jurić Zagorka" for the best reportage and the prestigious Kiklop Award for his 2006 short story collection Obedient Citizen (Građanin pokorni).
Several of his titles have been successfully adapted for the big screen and theatre, including his 2000 novel What Is a Man Without a Moustache, his 2003 novel Nothing Should Surprise Us, and The Constitution, co-authored with Rajko Grlić. Ante Tomić also wrote screenplays for the movie Last Will (2001), the TV show New Age (2002), co-authored with Ivica Ivanišević and Renato Baretić, and the erotic melodrama Let This Stay Between Us. He works as a professional journalist for the newspaper Jutarnji list.
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