Siniša Tucić was born February 22nd 1978. In Novi Sad. He graduated with a Master’s degree in Serbian literature and language from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad. His Masters Thesis was Slika sveta u delu Dositeja Obradovica. His published works include poetry collections Concrete Coma (1996), The Bloody Teat (2001), New Homelands (2007), Bullet (2012), and Abandoned Passwords, an anthology with an English translation (2012). He is one of the editors of Nesto je u igri (2008)–an anthology of contemporary poetry from Novi Sad. He is also included in several anthologies and poetry collections like Iz muzeje sumova, an anthology of contemporary poetry 1988-2008, edited by Nenad Milosevic, published in Zagreb 2009; Ulaznica – eintrittskarte, Panorama srpskog pesništva 21. veka, Panorama der serbischen Lyrik im 21. Jahrhundert, in collaboration with the magazine Ulaznica from Zrenjanin, edited by Dragoslav Dedović, published in Drava, Austria in 2011; Prostori i figure– an anthology of contemporary Serbian poetry, edited by Vladimir Stojnić in Belgrade in 2012; Van, tu: Free – an anthology of contemporary Serbian poetry, edited by Vladimir Đurišić and Vladimir Stojnić, published in Cetinje in 2012; and Restart, a panorama of contemporary poetry in Serbia published in Belgrade in 2014. He is also the editor of the short story volume Iza barikade published by the Kulturanova organization. He is an activist in the Novo kulturno naselje association.