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…
This current issue presents a text by the 2014 Sozopol Fiction Seminars fellow Anna Wood
This current issue presents a text by the 2014 Sozopol Fiction Seminars fellow Olya Stoyanova
This current issue presents text by the 2014 Sozopol Fiction Seminars fellow Velina Minkoff
Yambol photographer Toti Badzhakov was awarded the Vagabond Special Prize at the 10th exhibition of photography of mummers in 2014. This year's 11th salon will open in the Yambol City Gallery in March, 2015.
Since its first issue, Vagabond has been the only media introducing contemporary Bulgarian literature and writers to English-speaking audience. The first to feature was Kapka Kassabova, the Bulgarian-born author living in Scotland, and Street Without a Name, her brilliant memoir…
GEORGI TENEV's novel Party Headquarters is the winner of the Contemporary Bulgarian Novel Contest of the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation and Open Letter Books at the University of Rochester in January 2014. It is forthcoming in English by Open Letter Books,…
IREN LEVI's novel Final Call has been shortlisted in the Contemporary Bulgarian Novel Contest of the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation and Open Letter Books at the University of Rochester in January 2014
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Society

ARRIVAL CITY

ARRIVAL CITY

Hristo Botev neighbourhood risks becoming ghetto next to Sofia Airport

Vagabond Interviews

UNLEASHING THE POTENTIAL OF SERVICES MAN…

UNLEASHING THE POTENTIAL OF SERVICES MANAGEMENT OPTIMIZATION

Blagovest Kirilov, CEO of OutsourceBG Services and Hiring Ltd, on the face of contemporary outsourcing

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