The name of the official holiday "May 24 - Day of Bulgarian education and culture and the Slavic script" has been replaced by "May 24 - Day of the holy brothers Cyril and Methodius, the Bulgarian alphabet, education and culture and the Slavic letters,"..
The eighth edition of the Sofia International Literary Festival will take place entirely online. This has been announced by the organizers of the event, which will last from December 10 to December 13. Literature from various parts of the world will be..
The whole of 2020 is passing under the sign of a notable jubilee – 170 years since the birth of Bulgaria poet, writer and prominent public figure Ivan Vazov, titled, in his own lifetime “patriarch of Bulgarian literature”. His novel “Under..
At the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, Bulgarian fiction marked an unprecedented progress. Kiril Hristov occupies his worthy place among the galaxy of talented poets and writers, such as Pencho Slaveykov, Ivan Vazov, Peyo..
In 2019, 8,604 books with a circulation of just over 6.3 million copies and 912 brochures with a circulation of just over 1.3 million were published in Bulgaria, the National Statistical Institute indicates. The published titles are 3.3% less than in..
Two publishing houses in China vied for the opportunity to buy the rights for Nikola Raykov’s complete works – children’s books and board games. What sets them apart is that they are connected, and that the action in the games takes place in the..
The short story "Blood" by Bulgarian writer Zdravka Evtimova, has been included in an 8th-grade literature textbook in the United States. The Bulgarian short story is among selected works by authors such as Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov, Edgar Allan Poe,..
The 45th edition of the Christmas Book Fair has started in Sofia together with the fifth edition of the Sofia International Literary Festival. Both events take place in the Bulgarian capital city until December 17. More than 200 publishers will take..
Bulgaria marks 166 years since the birth of great Bulgarian writer and poet Ivan Vazov. Residents of Sofia and guests to the city have laid flowers and wreaths at the monument to the writer on Georgi Rakovski Street. Celebrations have also started in the..