Learning English the Workshopping Way [Bulgarian Literature, part IV]

To read this post, please follow the link: http://www.rochester.edu/College/translation/threepercent/index.php?id=3007

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Three Percent & Open Letter: “Thrown into Nature” by Milen Ruskov

http://www.rochester.edu/College/translation/threepercent/index.php?id=2993

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Winner announcement

The Contest for Contemporary Bulgarian Writers was won by Milen Rouskov. The outcome of the contest will be a publication of his novel Thrown into Nature in English by Open Letter Books in 2011 and introduction of the book for acquisition on Canongate’s list.

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Sozopol Fiction Seminar 2010

Fiction Writers Review has just published a reflection by four of the native English speaking fellows who participated at the last Sozopol Fiction Seminar. The full coverage, edited by one of our 2009 fellows, Jeremiah Chamberlin, is available online here.

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Nikolay Boykov, “for Ventsi”, “Dream of the Wall and Key”

Another writer who attended the 2010 Sozopol Fiction Seminar and then wrote a poem about it is Niki Boikov. In fact he wrote two, both of which are reproduced here in my translation. The second is dedicated to the important Australian writer Alex Miller, an inspiring member of this year’s faculty.

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