Born in 1983 in Novo mesto, Andraž Rožman now lives in Ljubljana , Slovenia. He holds a degree in Journalism from the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana and he worked as a journalist
for Dnevnik newspaper for more than 15 years. He published his first non-fiction work , Three Memories – between Haifa, Aleppo and Ljubljana with Goga in 2019, a story about a Syrian-Palestinian poet and publisher with whom Andraž became close friends. He has just finished writing a novel, Titov sin (Tito’s Son), which deals with mental distress , hearing voices ,
psychoanalysis and (de)institutionalisation, which is published by Goga in 2022. He is strongly connected to alternative public spaces of Ljubljana and usually writes about disadvantaged people.