Emir Suljagić is a Srebrenica survivor, journalist, and author born in 1975 in Ljubovija, Serbia. In 1995, the lives of nearly every man he had ever known—and those of many women too—were destroyed in the Srebrenica genocide. After the war, he went to the University of Sarajevo, where he studied political science, and from 1996 to 2006 he worked as a reporter for the Sarajevo-based weekly magazine Dani. For two years he covered the proceedings of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia for both Dani and the London-based Institute for War and Peace Reporting. The author of Postcards from the Grave, the first account of the Srebrenica genocide to be published in English by a Bosnian who lived through it, he received his PhD from the University of Hamburg.