Fighting to Build “Brand Bulgaria” in Literature

Fighting to Build “Brand Bulgaria” in Literature is the title of one of the recent articles in the Publishing Perspectives journal.

Daniel Kalder conversed with EKF’s director Milena Deleva about the foundation’s efforts in promoting contemporary BG literature and ongoing partnerships in US, e.g. with Open Letter Books that has produced Thrown Into Nature by Milen Ruskov (2011), A Short Tale of Shame by Angel Igov,  18% Gray by Zachary Karabashliev (Fall, 2012), and the new UK partnership with Istros Books, resulting in Nine Rabbits by Virginia Zaharieva.

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“The Parable of the Prodigal Father” by Nikolay Fenersky published in VAGABOND, Bulgaria’s English Monthly

The Parable of the Prodigal Father by Nikolay Fenersky published in VAGABOND, Bulgaria’s English Monthly.

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Best European Fiction 2013 | Dalkey Archive Press

On Wednesday, October 24, Dalkey Archive Press held a celebration at Columbia University in honor of the Best European Fiction 2013 anthology, prefaced by John Banville. The series’ editor is Aleksandar Hemon.
Bulgaria is represented in the book by Rumen Balabanov. His short story The Ragiad is translated into English by
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“And an Icon for Kozmala” by Nikolay Petkov published in VAGABOND, Bulgaria’s English Monthly

And an Icon for Kozmala by Nikolay Petkov published in VAGABOND, Bulgaria’s English Monthly.

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Best European Fiction Anthology 2013

Best European Fiction Anthology 2013 | Dalkey Archive Press

Фондация „Елизабет Костова” и издателство „Далки Аркайв Прес” (САЩ) си сътрудничат в публикуването на следващата антология, представяща художествена проза от европейски автори, известна под името „Best European Fiction”.

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