Zoran Roško (Šibenik, 1960) is a Croatian writer and editor. He is currently working as an editor of the literary magazines Libra Libera, Quorum and Tvrđa. He debuted on the literary scene with an essay collection More Paranoid Than Love, More Amusing than Evil (2002). His first fictional work was the novel Beauty Eating the People (2011), followed by Minus Sapiens (2017). He has also edited a selection of short stories by the contemporary American authors, titled My Nightmares are Too Beautiful for This World in 2010.
For the original and experimental prose of Minus Sapiens, he was awarded with one of the most prestigious Croatian literary awards, Janko Polić Kamov Prize.