Svetoslav Todorov

Journalist, writer, poet, DJ and promoter at the music platform Indioteque. Svetoslav has many years of journalistic and editorial experience on topics related to culture more broadly, and has written for Dnevnik, Capital Light, Balkan Inside. He has a degree in Bulgarian Philology and a master's degree in Film, Literature and Visual Culture from Sofia University. He is the author of the short story collections The People Who Slept Alone (2014) and Ten Conversations (2017). His audio collection Nothing Will Happen to You was released in 2020.

One for all, all for nature

Why new and established ecological organizations in our country believe that the conversation and awareness about environmental protection and climate change is (actually) evolving

Lars of Tarnovo

The founder of the Heerz Tooya gallery in Veliko Tarnovo and the ARV.I residency in Vishovgrad finds more and more meaning in his work

SAIGO's musical nomadism

The neo-soul performer and frequent collaborator of Kan Wakan found the right stage and a surprisingly openminded audience in Bulgaria

If you've been to a screening from the MENAR Festival program (covering Middle Eastern, Central Asian and North African cinema), it's quite likely that the event also involved tea, food, or books.

Science, Rationally

Lyubomir Baburov from the popular science platform Ratio on expanding the platform over the years and returning to live events

Actions for change

Denitsa Ljubenova from the youth LGBTI organization Deistvie ("Action")

Once Upon a Time in Athos

Where everyone has time to read: Stratos Kalafatis on what brings him back to Athos and the importance of photobooks.

Mark as read

With her project under development "Bookmarks" Maria Nalbantova explores reading habits and what the small traces say about the past.

Music blogs and media have become increasingly rare, and there are very few Bulgarian examples with any longevity: among them is Fonoteka Elektrika, which Alexander Vladimirov started more than a decade ago, and which remains the perfect guide to what is going on at "clubs, basements and afterparties."

Who is listening, and how, and why?

Feedbacker, TDK, Expectations and Krekhaus - several bands tell us how to build an audience, mutual trust and sustainability.

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