FLOWERS AND BRIARS ON VIA EGNATIA

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Reflections on Bulgaria, Italy and a life that bridges them – this is what Bulgarian journalist and producer Anna Maria Petrova-Gyuzeleva offers in her poetry anthology Flowers and Briars on Via Egnatia.

Published in Bulgarian and Italian (Fiori e Spine di Via Egnatia, Edizioni Tracce, 2011), the collection of poems is lyrical and brightly visual in telling stories and impressions from the life of the author. Petrova-Gyuzeleva's many creative sides include acting in more than 50 movies and series in five countries, teaching choreography in Italy and Bulgaria, and six awards at European and Italian poetry competitions. Her broad field of vision and intimate knowledge of Bulgaria translates into powerful pictures of feelings and scenery – a personal representation of a country and its spirit.

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