This current issue presents texts by the 2011 Sozopol Fiction Seminars fellows: Yana Punkina and Jane E. Martin.
This current issue presents texts by the 2011 Sozopol Fiction Seminars fellows: Yana Punkina and Jane E. Martin
This current issue presents texts by the 2011 Sozopol Fiction Seminars fellows: John Struloeff and Ivan Landzhev
Translator Iglika Vasileva got the 5th Krastan Dyankov Award for best translation of contemporary novel from English into Bulgarian for her work on Diary of a Bad Year by Nobelist J. M. Coetzee and Homer and Langley by E. L. Doctorow.
Nikolay Boykov was born in 1968. His published works include Book of Life, Ciela, 2010, To Petar, Janet 45, 2006, Declaredin Love, 2005, Poems With Biography, Janet 45, 2003, and Metaphysics, Free Poetic Society, 2000
Carin Clevidence is the author of the novel The House on Salt Hay Road. Her short stories have appeared in Story, the Indiana Review, the Michigan Quarterly Review, and FiveChapters.com, and her nonfiction in Grand Tour, Fiction Writers Review, and the Asahi Weekly of Japan.
Krassimir Damianov, born in 1948 in Sofiа, is a civil engineer. He worked on the construction of the Asparuhov Bridge as well as at the National Institute for Culture Monuments, the Bulgarian Writers' Publishing House and Boyana Cinema Studios. He also worked as a taxi driver in Sofia.