Petrova, Diana

Petrova, Diana

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Diana Petrova was born in 1978 in the town of Svishtov, Bulgaria. She graduated in book publishing and creative writing from Sofia University. She has written four books, two of which – short story collections. The Castle of the Flies made her a

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Popov, Alek

Popov, Alek

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Alek Popov was born in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 1966.  He graduated from St. Constantine Cyril the Philosopher College for Ancient Languages and Cultures in Sofia and later received his master’s degree in Bulgarian language and literature

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Radeva, Yanitsa

Radeva, Yanitsa

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Yanitsa Radeva was born in the town of Yambol and lives in Sofia, Bulgaria. Her work has been included in collections of essays and poetry. She is author of the award-winning books Other Rhythm (2003) and The Candy Dish (2011). Her 

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Ranchev, Palmi

Ranchev, Palmi

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Palmi Ranchev was born in Sofia, where he has been occupied with various activities – from sports and business to journalism and television. However, writing turned out to be his most durable passion. Affected by the restrictions of

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Roshkev, Stoil

Roshkev, Stoil

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Born in 1976, Stoil Roshkev graduated in Bulgarian studies from Sofia University. A prize-winning author of poetry, he works as a journalist. He published his first book of poems in 1997 and his first novel in 2007, and has just finished his second novel, Cybermodernism.

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Ruskov, Milen

Ruskov, Milen

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Bulgarian writer and translator Milen Ruskov, born in 1966, graduated from Sofia University in 1995. He is one of the laureates of the European Union Prize for Literature in 2014 for his award-winning, best-selling and fully-staged novel Summit (Възвишение, Janet 45, 2011). Ruskov has written three novels: Pocket Encyclopaedia of Mysteries (2004), which was awarded the Bulgarian Prize for Debut, Thrown into

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