Lucija Stupica is a poet and interior designer, and for many years she has written articles on design and architecture. Her poetry debut Cello in the Sun (Beletrina, 2000) was awarded the Slovenian Book Fair Award for Best Debut and the Liberal Academy Golden Bird Award. Three other collections of poetry followed: Vetrolov (Beletrina, 2004), The Island, the City and Others (Beletrina, 2008), and Points of Vanishing (LUD Literatura, 2019), as well as awards, German Hubert Burda for Young Poetry and Sweden’s Klaas de Vylder for Immigrant Authors. Her books in translation have been published in Sweden (translated by Jan Henrik Swahn), Croatia (translated by Edo Fičor), Serbia (translated by Ana Ristović) and Macedonia (translated by Igor Isakovski). She lives and works in Stockholm.