Don’t wait to be discovered by the outside world. Interact with it instead, says young Bulgarian author and poet Nadya Radulova
Humour has no country, believes scriptwriter and author Ivo Siromahov. Really?
People who don’t scrutinise themselves are dangerous, says writer/journalist/psychotherapist Stanislava Ciurinskiene
Vanity is an unnecessary luxury for a writer in Bulgaria, says award-winning novelist Elena Alexieva
Meet Georgi Etimov - chess player, engineer, writer
A young poetess is the first Bulgarian to become a member of the English Poetry Society
Bulgarian mafia bosses, Albanian drug lords, and the 'Umbrella Assassin' - welcome to John Hamilton's world
Writers need to go on writing in the language in which they have experienced the most important things in their lives
"Most often it is writers in the West that write stories about the East, and I think we have the right to do the same thing coming from the other direction"
A novel by Englishman Christopher Buxton is climbing up the Bulgarian bestseller list
Kassabova's latest work in progress addresses the invisible borders we construct between locals and outsiders, compatriots and foreigners
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Bulgaria's foreign community commemorates end of Great War in military cemeteries

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