Јован Јовановић Змај (Novi Sad, November 24, 1833 - Sremska Kamenica June 3, 1904) was one of the greatest lyric poets of Serbian Romanticism. By profession he was a physician, and during all his life he issued and edited the literary, political and children magazines. The most important collections of his poems are "Faded" and "Faded Roses", the first of a happy family life, and the other on pain of loosing loved ones. In addition to lyrical songs, he also wrote a satirical and political songs, and was the first writer in Serbian literature who wrote poetry for children.
Sremska Kamenica once bore his name, in honor of Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj.