Todorov, Todor P.

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Todor P. Todorov is a doctor of philosophy and assistant professor at the Faculty of Philosophy, Sofia University.

He is the author of two collections of short stories: Tales for Melancholic Children (Ciela, 2010) and Always the Night (Ciela, 2012). In 2012, Tales for melancholic children was published in Germany under the title Hexen, Mörder, Nixen, Dichter: Dunkelmagische Geschichten (Grössenwahn Verlag, 2012).
Todor P. Todorov has published reviews, analyses, translations and fiction in Rodna Rech, Ah, Maria, Altera, Altera Academica, Christianity and Culture, Critique and Humanism, Literaturen vestnik, the online edition of Granta Bulgaria, Dnevnik, Standard, Philosophical Journal, Kultura and other specialized magazines, websites and anthologies.

In 2010, he was awarded the Rashko Sougarev prize for best fiction short story for his story Van Gogh in Paris. He is a night reading lover and ideologist.


  • Tempted by Nature by Todor P. Todorov, translated by Vera Asenova, Kirina Boykova and Teodora Kopcheva


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