Dimcho Debelyanov
Dimcho Debelyanov (Bulgarian: Димчо Дебелянов) (28 March 1887 - 2 October 1916) was a Bulgarian poet and author whose death in the First World War cut off his promising literary career. Born to a ...
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Ilko Dimitrov
Ilko Dimitrov Dimitrov (Bulgarian: Илко Димитров Димитров); Bulgarian jurist and poet, born on 23 December 1955 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Deputy defense minister of the Republic of Bulgaria (2003–2005)....
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Gustav Heinse
Gustav Heinse (Bulgarian: Густав Хайнзе), born Josef K. Klein (1896–1971), was an Austro–Hungarian-born poet and translator who was mostly active in Bulgaria, where he lived and worked from 1924 u...
Peycho Kanev
Peycho Kanev (Пейчо Кънев) is a Bulgarian poet and writer.
Kanev won European awards for his poetry and was nominated for the Pushcart Award and Best of the Net. Translations of his books are plan...
List of Bulgarian-language poets
The list of Bulgarian language poets includes those literary figures who are notable for their poetry written in the native tongue of Bulgaria. This language is also spoken in parts of the Ukraine, Mo...
Svetla Damyanovska
Svetla Damyanovska is a Bulgarian writer. She is an award-winning author of six books of poetry and two fiction books and a member of the Union of the Bulgarian writers.
Peyo Yavorov
Peyo Yavorov (Bulgarian: Пейо (Кр.) Яворов; born Peyo Totev Kracholov, Пейо Тотев Крачолов; 1 January 1878 – 29 October 1914) was a Bulgarian Symbolist poet. He was considered to be one of the fi...
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Kiril Kadiiski
Kiril Kadiiski is a Bulgarian poet, essayist and translator born on 16 June 1947. He is well known as a translator inside his native Bulgaria, he is famous as a poet in France where he is director of...
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Emanuil A. Vidinski
Emanuil A. Vidinski (born June 1978 in Vidin, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian writer, poet, and musician.He has published his works in several Bulgarian newspapers (Culture, Literary Newspaper, Capital Light...
Radka Donnell
Radka Donnell, (November 24, 1928 Sofia, Bulgaria - February 13, 2013 Zurich, Switzerland) was a feminist, painter, art therapist, poet, translator, storyteller, and pioneer of modern quilt-making....
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Maria Angelova (author)
Maria Angelova (1925–1999) was a Bulgarian Esperantist and female author of the set of poems Kien ni iras (Where we are going to) (1991). She died in Sofia on December 12, 1999.
Aleksandyr Gerow
Aleksandyr Gerow (1919–1997) was a Bulgarian poet and writer.
Petya Dubarova
Petya Stoykova Dubarova (Bulgarian: Петя Стойкова Дубарова) (April 25, 1962 - December 4, 1979) was a Bulgarian poet. She was born and lived in the seaside town of Burgas. Dubarova published poem...
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Lazar Poptrajkov
Lazar Poptrajkov (Bulgarian: Лазар Поптрайков) (10 April 1878–October 1903) was a Bulgarian revolutionary (komitadji) and poet. He was one of the leaders of the Internal Macedonian-Adrianople Revo...
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Viktor Paskov
Viktor Marinov Paskov (Bulgarian: Виктор Маринов Пасков; 10 September 1949 – 16 April 2009) was a Bulgarian writer, musician, musicologist and screenwriter.Paskov was born in the capital Sofia and...
Konstantin Pavlov
Konstantin Pavlov (April 2, 1933 – September 28, 2008) was a Bulgarian screenwriter, author and poet. Pavlov became a prominent intellectual during Burlgaria's Communist era, even though he faced...
Miladinov brothers
The Miladinov brothers (Bulgarian: Братя Миладинови, Bratja Miladinovi, Macedonian: Браќа Миладиновци, Brakja Miladinovci), Dimitar Miladinov (1810–1862) and Konstantin Miladinov (1830–1862), ...
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Blaga Dimitrova
Blaga Nikolova Dimitrova (Bulgarian: Блага Димитрова) (2 January 1922 – 2 May 2003) was a Bulgarian poet and Vice President of Bulgaria from 1992 until 1993.
Born in Byala Slatina to a mother ...
Albena Stambolova
Albena Stambolova (born 1957) is a Bulgarian psychologist, columnist and novelist. She gained fame with her novel Everything Happens as it Does.
Born in Sofia, Stambolova studied French language a...
Pavel Tsvetkov
Pavel Chavdarov Tsvetkov (Bulgarian: Павел Чавдаров Цветков) (born March 23, 1971) is a Bulgarian poet and writer, best known for his "Desperate Love" Book of Poems and the essay "Exules Suo Volun...
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Pavel Matev
Pavel Hristov Matev (December 6, 1924 - February 4, 2006) was a Bulgarian poet.Matev was born in the village of Orisovo, in the Stara Zagora province, (southern Bulgaria), and completed his gymnasium ...
Dora Gabe
Dora Petrova Gabe (Bulgarian: Изидора Петрова Габе, 26 August 1886 – 16 November 1983) was а Bulgarian Jewish poet. She published poetry for adults and children as well as travel books, short stor...
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Marko Cepenkov
Marko Kostov Cepenkov (Bulgarian and Macedonian: Марко Костов Цепенков) (1829, Prilep, Ottoman Empire — 1920, Sofia, Kingdom of Bulgaria) was a Bulgarian folklorist from the region of Macedonia. ...
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Ivan Vazov
Ivan Minchov Vazov (Bulgarian: Иван Минчов Вазов) (June 27, 1850 OS – September 22, 1921) was a Bulgarian poet, novelist and playwright, often referred to as "the Patriarch of Bulgarian literature...
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