Nina Dragičević is a writer and a sound artist, with a PhD in Sociology. Her doctoral thesis, The Sonority of Bureaucracy in Everyday Life, is to be published as a book in 2021. She is the author of five other books, among them Slavne neznane: zvočne umetnice v konstrukciji družbe (Famous Unknowns: Women and Lesbian sonic artists in the construction of society) and Med njima je glasba: glasba v konstrukciji lezbične scene (The Music Between Them: Music in the construction of lesbian communities). She is also the author of two albums –  Parallellax (Kamizdat Records) and Ma’am, there is no such thing in reality (Kamizdat Records) – and has exhibited several sound installations and radio dramas. In 2017 she founded the Topographies of Sound Festival in Ljubljana.
Dragičević is the 2020 recipient of the Župančič Award for outstanding artistic achievements. In 2019, her book Ljubav reče greva (Love says go) was shortlisted for the Jenko Award, Veronika Award, and Kritiško sito Award, as well as included in the critics’ choice for 10 Books from Slovenia. In 2018, she won The Knight of Poetry competition (both the Jury Award and the People’s Choice award). The same year she was presented the Outstanding Achievement Award of the University of Ljubljana. In 2018, she was shortlisted for the European award Palma Ars Acustica.