Milen Ruskov wins the European Union Prize for Literature

The Elizabeth Kostova Foundation is pleased to share the news that Milen Ruskov is one of the laureates of the European Union Prize for Literature in 2014! Ruskovs second novel Thrown into Nature was the inaugural winner of the Contemporary Bulgarian Novel Contest co-run by the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation and Open Letter Books. The

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Postcards From A Resident Translator in Rochester – #2

And then, several days later, you suddenly find yourself spending yet another day in the rather magnificent Rush Rhees library, surrounded by college kids of all races and nationalities, with a laptop and a hefty pile of books in front of you. I should be translating now, but I’d really rather be reading. Not a day goes by without me dropping by the Open Letter

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Postcards From A Resident Translator in Rochester #1

You’re picked up at Rochester airport at 11am, checked into a nice room overlooking the Genesee River at 11:30, introduced to the other two people in the Open Letter office at 12:00, and then by 12:30 you find yourself in a Literary Publishing class at Rochester University, discussing with Literary Translation MA students whether Amazon propelling

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Read “MacDonald” by Palmi Ranchev

Read MacDonald by Palmi Ranchev at the Fiction Pages of VAGABOND, Bulgarias English Monthly.

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Elena Alexieva and Kristin Dimitrova featured in “Hayden’s Ferry Review”

Resulting from collaboration between the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation and Hayden’s Ferry Review, fiction works by the contemporary Bulgarian writers Elena Alexieva and Kristin Dimitrova have been included in the latest Hayden’s Ferry Review, Issue #51.
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Read “Forever” by Bistra Velichkova

Read Forever by Bistra Velichkova at the Fiction Pages of VAGABOND, Bulgarias English Monthly.

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