Ljiljana Jokic Kaspar was born in Novi Sad: prose writer, TV scenarist, critic. She graduated from Faculty of Philosophy, department of Theory and General Literature at the University of Novi Sad – Yugoslavia.
She has worked as a journalist for ten years and wrote for the culture column at the local newspaper, as well as at the literature specialised magazines.
The Ampule of the Night Butterfly (1981 Matica srpska) – collection of stories.
Don’t Ever Miss the Trick of Magic (1990), novel – private publishers.
The Lilliputians Travel to Twenty First Century (1993), drama, private publishers.
The Four Little Women (1996), novel, Stubovi Kulture, Beograd, Post – Feminist novel – life in the war surroundings.
Bold dogs (1998), novel, Narodna Knjiga, Beograd, life of Yugoslav citizens in a Europian ghetto, where dogs are better than humans.
Other fields of interest: contemporary world prose; problems, development and place of literature in totality regimes, and the way literature looks in transition in post – communist period.