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Josip Mlakić is a contemporary writer from Bosnia and Herzegovina. He was born in Bugojno in 1964. He lives in Gornji Vakuf, writing screenplays, short stories and novels. He published collected stories Puževa kućica (Snail Shell, 1997), Odraz u vodi (The Reflection in the Water, 2002), Obiteljska slika (Family Portrait, 2002); novels Kad magle stanu (When the Fogs Cease, 2002), Živi i mrtvi (The Living and the Dead, 2002), Ponoćno sivo (Midnight Grey, 2004), Psi i klaunovi (Dogs and Clowns, 2006), Tragom zmijske košuljice (Following the Slough, 2007), Čuvari mostova (Bridge Keepers, 2007), Ljudi koji su sadili drveće (People Who Planted Trees, 2010), Planet Friedman (2012), Svježe obojeno (Freshly Painted, 2014) and Božji gnjev (The Wrath of God, 2014). His novel Živi i mrtvi (The Living and the Dead) won the V.B.Z. Award for the best previously unpublished novel in 2002. The homonymous film directed by Kristijan Milić won eight Golden Arenas at Pula Film Festival and many other film awards. His novel Svježe obojeno (Freshly painted, 2014) won the annual Vladimir Nazor Award for literature.