Olga Dimitrijević, born in 1984, is (still) a Yugoslavian writer and critic. With the Dramaturgy diploma at Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade and finished Alternative course in Women’s studies, her film and theatre reviews were running through Vreme, Teatron, Yellow Cab, Popboks and few other magazines. She participated in many international workshops dealing with arts, theory and gender studies. Amongst her published works is also an essay ”It’s all quiet, dear, nobody’s a queer” about queer motifs in Serbian movies and she defended her MA theses “The body of the Female Folk Singer: Constructions of National Identities in Serbia after 2000” at Gender Studies at Central European University, Budapest, in 2009. Her play ”Boarding School” was staged in Dadov Theater in Belgrade, and ”The Folk`s Play” was premiered at 1st Loud & Queer IDAHO Week Festival, also in Belgrade. Her play ”Workers Die Singing” won Heartefact Fund contest for the best contemporary socially-engaged dramatic text in the Serbian language and in 2012 she received the “Sterija“ award for the same text.