|Publisher||Svetislav B. Cvijanović,Gaetz Kohn (Geca Kon),Gavrilo Dimitrijević|
Svetislav Cvijanović (Županja, Slavonia, Austria-Hungary, 1877 - Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia, 1961) was one of Belgrade's most prominent Serbian booksellers and publishers,and a great patron of writers of the first half of the 20th century.Publishers Svetislav B. Cvijanović, Gaetz Kohn (Geca Kon) and Gavrilo Dimitrijević were the three largest booksellers and publishers in Belgrade during that period.
Cvijanović and his Belgrade publishing house were noted for printing the first works of war poet Milutin Bojić, Nobel-laureate Ivo Andrić,, Pavle Popović, Isidora Sekulić,and other internationally-acclaimed writers and poets.
In 1928, he wrote a book of poetry entitled Granice (Borders)
- "Bibliotekar". Društvo bibliotekara N.R. Srbije. November 28, 1962 – via Google Books.
- Biggins, Michael; Crayne, Janet (July 16, 2019). "Publishing in Yugoslavia's Successor States". Routledge – via Google Books.
- Petrović, Goran (September 1, 2020). "At the Lucky Hand: aka The Sixty-Nine Drawers". Deep Vellum Publishing – via Google Books.
- Popović, Radovan (November 28, 1988). "Ivo Andrić: A Writer's Life". Zadužbina Ive Andrića – via Google Books.
- "Hrvatski biografski leksikon". hbl.lzmk.hr.
- Stefanović, Svetislav (November 28, 1928). "Granice". S. B. Cvijanović – via Open WorldCat.
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