Ondřej Macl (1989, Hradec Králové) is a Czech writer, performer and social worker. He debuted with the book Miluji svou babičku víc než mladé dívky (I Love My Grandmother More Than Young Women, Dauphin, 2017), for which he received the Jiří Orten Award. This was followed by a collection of feminist poetry, K čemu jste na světě (What You Were Born For, Petr Štengl, 2018), a novel-reportage, Výprava na ohňostroj, aneb o Evropské unii a mladých lidech (The Firework Expedition, or On the European Union and
Young People, Petr Štengl, 2019) and a political satire, Baban Rejdiš: Legenda o Bocianovi (Viriditas , 2021). In 2021, he won the international Václav Burian award for poetry.