|Spouse and other names||Jovica|
|Date of birth||1851|
|Date of death||1913|
|Country||Serbia and Austro-Hungarian Empire|
About her personal situation
She was born in Kulpin, into the old Serbian family Stratimirović. She finished her elementary school in Kulpin and the Women’s High School in Novi Sad. She then sent to a boarding school in Pest, and soon after to Vienna. She spoke German, Hungarian, and French. In Pest she got married to Doctor Jovica. With him she had two sons. The exact year of her death is unknown (she had been alive in Pest in 1913).
|Place of birth||Kulpin|
|Place(s) of residence||Austria, Hungary, and Serbia|
|Number of children||2|
|Gender of children||M (2)|
About her professional situation
She published her poetry in Javor in 1874. It was not until 1889 that she resumed the publication of her work. The period between 1889 and 1897 she was especially prolific. She worked with and published for various magazines and newspapers such as Ženski svet, Bosanska vila, Brankovo kolo, Branik and Naše doba. She mostly wrote patriotic verse and love poetry.
|Profession(s) and other activities||Poet|
|Language(s) in which she wrote||Serbian|
Works written by this author
- Krila (1893)