The anniversary is marked with an exhibition in Aleko Konstantinov’s place of birth – the town of Svishtov located on the right bank of Danube River. Aleko Konstantinov, nicknamed “The Lucky Man” (Shtastlivetsa), is among the most prominent..
Bulgarian writer Georgi Gospodinov received the award of the "Usedom Literary Days" Festival, BNR’s "Horizon t " program. The literary forum is named after the Baltic Sea island of Usedom, divided between Germany and Poland. The..
Poet, writer, artist, musician – a versatile personality who hates monotony and jealously guards his spontaneity as his strongest asset in everything he does. Rosen Karamfilov uses each of his talents to convey a certain message, as well as..
The prominent Israeli writer with Bulgarian roots, Prof. Michael Bar-Zohar, is a candidate for president of Israel, bTV reports. Prof. Bar-Zohar is the author of one of the most exciting books about the rescue of Bulgarian Jews during the Second..
Bulgarian writer Yordan Radichkov left this world in the month of January back in 2004 but we know about his feelings for his favorite frosty month from a play of the same name. "January, the most Bulgarian of all months, when the windows of..
The celebrations of the 158th anniversary of the birth of the emblematic Bulgarian writer Aleko Konstantino v began today in his native town Svishtov. The literary award in memory of the writer was given out for the 54th time. This year's winner of..
Writer Anna Kamenova was born just six years before the end of the revolutionary 19 th century – enough to inspire in her a fighting spirit and love of country which accompanied her to her dying breath. Born in 1894 in Plovdiv,..
Vice President Iliana Yotova has opened an exhibition dedicated to the 90th anniversary of Acad. Anton Donchev at the "Sts. Cyril and Methodius” National Library in Sofia. Highlights of the exhibition are the first edition of " Vreme Razdelno " ("Time..