Zvonko Todorovski

Zvonko Todorovski was born in Prizren in 1960. He completed his basic education in Varaždin and Koprivnica, followed by unfinished studies of philosophy in Zagreb. He worked as a comic book artist and illustrator, as well as a professional graphic designer. He exhibited his work on numerous occasions. In 2002 he published a novel Mirakul od mora (Miracle of the Sea), intended for younger readers. In 2003 he won the Grigor Vitez and Sfera awards for the best SF novel for children with his novel Prozor zelenog bljeska (Window with a Green Reflection). His third novel Mrlja (The Stain) was awarded the Mato Lovrak Award for the best young adult novel in 2004. In late 2005 he published Mandrač, a novel about Croatian Renaissance poet Petar Hektorović. Two years later he published Plavi trubač (The Blue Trumpeteer), a novel for children, and Vjetrovi Lampeduze (The Winds of Lampeduza), a sea-faring adventure novel for young adults. He also wrote scripts for animated films, comic books and radio plays for children. Zvonko Todorovski died suddenly in September 2010.