Minkoff, Velina

Minkoff, Velina

Velina Minkoff holds a BA in English from UCLA with a track in Creative Writing – Fiction, and an MA in European Studies from the University of Amsterdam with a track in European Culture and History.

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Nikolova, Olga

Nikolova, Olga

Olga Nikolova was born in Sandanski, Southern Bulgaria, but grew up in the small industrial city of Pernik. After graduating from Pernik’s Modern Languages High School, she pursued a master’s degree in English at Sofia University, where she won the Marko Minkoff scholarship for her thesis on the poetry of T. S. Eliot

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Petrova, Ekaterina

Petrova, Ekaterina

Born in Sofia in 1980, Ekaterina Petrova graduated from the American School of Kuwait, then went on to earn a BA in International Studies and German Studies from Macalester College in Minnesota and an MSc in European Politics from the London School of Economics.

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Rodel, Angela

Rodel, Angela

Angela Rodel is a professional literary translator living and working in Bulgaria. She holds a B.A. from Yale and an M.A. from UCLA in linguistics. She received a 2014 NEA translation grant for Georgi Gospodinov’s novel The Physics of Sorrow (Open Letter 2015), as well as a 2010 PEN Translation Fund Grant for Georgi

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Sekulova, Angelina

Sekulova, Angelina

Angelina Sekulova was born on May 6, 1970, in Montana, Bulgaria and pursued her secondary studies at the local German and English Language school until 1989, when she enrolled in English at Sofia University. She obtained her master’s degree in 1994.

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Skipp, Peter

Skipp, Peter

Peter Skipp
Born in Bulgaria in 1956, I studied there until 1971, moving to Britain to finish school and read Russian. Bilingual in Bulgarian and English, I live in London and Sofia, my airfare installments well on the way to purchasing a Boeing and my carbon footprint causing outrage.

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