Никола Радин

Nikola Radin was born in Kotor, Montenegro, 1970. He spent his formative years in Novi Sad, Serbia, and moved to Brazil in 1991, his university studies having been interrupted by the outbreak of the Yugoslav War. After two years in South America, Nikola relocated to Vienna, Austria.

In 1997-1998, he attended the New York ilm Academy, majoring in directing and film production. His first documentary, „About a Rainy Day“, was completed in 2004 and screened at several film festivals, including Prague and Thessaloniki. In the same year, Nikola begun his work in the field of dolphin therapy, which served as the inspiration for his first novel, „A Dolphin Called Clown“ which was initially „Departures Only“ was published in Serbia. His second novel, „Of Wolf and Man“ is scheduled for publication in 2018. He is still active as a dolphin therapist, working in dolphin therapy centers in Turkey and the United States. Nikola also works as a contributing writer for magayines, newspapers, and film. He is a full-time novelist and therapist based in Vienna, Austria.

О вуку и човеку
О вуку и човеку је роман мајстора необичних вештина Николе Радина. Један од учитеља саветује његовог јунака: „Буди потпуно усредсређен у сваком дану, путниче. Као [...]
A Dolphin Called Clown
In Nikola’s novel, we explore – trhough the eyes of a dolphin – the themes of human fragility, deceit, suffering and sorrow on the one [...]