Andreeva, Bistra

Andreeva, Bistra

Born in the town of Targovishte in 1978, Bistra Andreeva attended the English Language High School in Ruse and graduated from the American University in Bulgaria with a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication. She later completed an MA in Cultural Policy and Management in Belgrade, Serbia, as well as an MA

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Anguelov, Zlatko

Anguelov, Zlatko

Zlatko Anguelov, born 1946 in Varna, Bulgaria, is a writer, journalist, and translator living in Iowa City, Iowa. He has published in the Bulgarian print media, The Financial Times and Eastern European Reporter during 1982-1992. His translations (in collaboration with Roumyana Slabakova) of works by John

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Buxton, Christopher

Buxton, Christopher

Christopher Buxton graduated in English and American literature at the University of Kent. He first came to Bulgaria in 1977 as an English teacher in Burgas. In three years he mastered the language, read voraciously and began to be shocked by the unfairness of Bulgaria’s low profile on the European cultural

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Dunne, Jonathan

Dunne, Jonathan

Jonathan Dunne was born in Kingston-upon-Thames, England, in 1968 and studied Classics at Oxford University. He is director of the publishing house Small Stations Press, which publishes quality literature in English and Bulgarian, including an anthology of Raymond Carver’s poetry and a Galician novel,

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Frank, Elizabeth

Frank, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Frank was born in Los Angeles, and educated at secondary schools in London and Geneva. She received her B.A., M.A and Ph.D at the University of California, Berkeley. Since 1982 she has been a member of the literature faculty at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. She is the author of Jackson

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Giguere, Francine

Giguere, Francine

Francine Giguere

As a teenager I was an avid dancer of Balkan folkdances. This developed into a broader interest in language and culture. My favourite area was Bulgaria but, once at university in Canada, I found that Bulgarian was rarely taught.

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