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Emil Andreev graduated in English from Veliko Tarnovo University and has worked as a teacher, newspaper editor and lecturer in English at the Faculty of Theology, Sofia University. He is the author of Lom Stories (1996), Late Art Noveau (1998) and The Drunkard’s Island (1999), all collections of short stories. His plays are To Kill a Prime Minister (2002) and The Treasure Hunters (2003); he has also written three novels: The Glass River (2004), The Curse of the Frog (2006) and Crazy Luka (2010).
In 2007, he won the Helicon National Award for his novel The Curse of the Frog. In 2005, he won the Vick Award for his novel The Glass River and also received the Readers’ Award for the same novel.
His works have been translated into German, English, Polish, Russian, Slovak and Serbian
- Lady Jane by Emil Andreev, translated by Vladimir Dinev
- The Glass River by Emil Andreev, translated by Zhivka Ganeva
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