Nebojša Barać, born in 1973 in Buenos Aires, was raised bilingually as the child of a diplomatic family in Switzerland and Austria, and now lives in Belgrade. He has  worked as an editor at Zlatni Zmaj publishing company and as a freelance translator for many years. He is a member of the Association of Specialist and Academic Translators of Serbia. His translations include G. Meyrink (Der Uhrmacher), J. Böhme (Vom übersinnlichen Leben[The Supersenual Life], E. Jünger (Feuer und Blut), A. Dornbrach (Der Zauber der Derwischflöte) and L. Riefenstahl (Memoiren[A Memoir] and he has also translated Nizami from German (Die sieben Geschichten der sieben Prinzessinnen, Leila und Madschnun[The Story of Layla and Majnun], Al Ghazali (Das Elixier der Glückseligkeit[The Alchemy of Happiness] and Ibn Arabi (Wer sich selbst kennt…[Whoso Knoweth Himself].