The storyteller Kol Mirdita was born in Shkodra on January 24th, 1900. He was graduated in the University of Graz in Austria. He wrote and published short stories, poetry, drama and tragedy of the death of Skanderbeg. Often, he has published his works under the pseudonym of Helenau. His poems and stories were summarized and published in the volume “roses that don’t bloom for us” in the 1959. Like Migjeni and Gasper Pali, Kol Mirdita died at the age of 36 from tuberculosis.