Ennis Cehic is a writer whose work focuses on ideas of displacement, creativity and existentialism.
His writing, including essays, fiction and memoir, has been published in a variety of literary journals and publications including Meanjin, Assemble Papers, Going Down Swinging and others.
In 2018 Ennis was selected as an inaugural recipient of the Wheeler Centre's Next Chapter writers' scheme by judges Christos Tsiolkas, Benjamin Law, Maxine Beneba Clarke and Ellen van Neerven. He was mentored by Nam Le.
He is the author of New Metonyms, a literary photography book about his homeland Bosnia & Herzegovina, released with photographer Shantanu Starick in 2020.
Since 2007, Ennis has been working in the advertising industry as a copywriter, brand strategist and creative director.
He lives and works between Melbourne and Sarajevo.