This issue presents a text by the 2015 Sozopol Fiction Seminars fellow Zornitsa Garkova
Bulgarian capital sits on the cusp between failed Communism and troubled democracy
As news about asylum-seekers trying to enter the EU continues to be hot throughout Europe, the UnBulgarians exhibition has concluded its peregrinations around Bulgaria. The project showcases the personal stories of foreigners living in the country.
This current issue presents a text by the 2014 Sozopol Fiction Seminars fellow Dessislava Sheytanova-Lekova
This current issue presents a text by the 2014 Sozopol Fiction Seminars fellow Sharlene Teo
This current issue presents a text by the 2014 Sozopol Fiction Seminars fellow Diana Petrova
Depending on whom you talk to, the Bulgarian capital was either a lot better or a lot worse place to be in at the height of the Cold War. Sofia was an intelligence hub where operatives from "fraternal" nations mainly…
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Society

ARRIVAL CITY

ARRIVAL CITY

Hristo Botev neighbourhood risks becoming ghetto next to Sofia Airport

Vagabond Interviews

ON COMMUNISM, ANTI-COMMUNISM AND WHAT CO…

ON COMMUNISM, ANTI-COMMUNISM AND WHAT COMES AFTER

One of Bulgaria's top intellectuals, Georgi Lozanov, is a familiar face to Vagabond readers. A philosopher and a media expert with many years as a leading member of the National...

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