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Whatever Nikolai Grozni sows, that shall he write

The book “Black Sea Upanishad” recounts the past three years of the globe-trotting writer and poet’s life. Here we find him a happy hermit in Sozopol.

A Recipe for a Great Mood

A poetic encounter between words and shapes at the table

Georgi Gospodinov

Georgi Gospodinov (1968) is a Bulgarian poet, writer and playwright. One of the foremost European writers of today, says about him Alberto Manguel. Gospodinov’s debut novel, Natural Novel (1999), is published in 23 languages including English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Icelandic. His latest book is the novel Time Shelter. Published in April 2020 amidst the quarantine and the peak of the pandemic, it topped the bestselling-books charts in Bulgaria.

"Оther light" is a video triptych by artists Ralitsa Toneva and Spartak Yordanov inspired by contemporary Bulgarian poetry.

Big little books

ICU and DA poetry publishing house are part of the rise of small publishing houses in the last 15 years, but that is not the only thing they have in common.

Poetic archeology

How literary walks are created and what is the role of the city in the work of poets

Nikola Petrov

Recently "DA" Poetry Publishing House published his third poetry book "They are not monsters"


A photographer with a heightened curiosity about language is how Maritsa Kolcheva, a “child of the 80s” describes herself. The dialogue between images and words certainly occupies a central spot in her biography.

Winner of various awards over the years, Maria recently fought for first place at the second Huawei Smartphone Film Festival with her documentary short film "In Search of the Boy Who Singed"

Nadezhda Radulova

You may know Nadezhda Radulova mostly as an English translator. She worked on books by authors such as Philip Roth, Garth Greenwell, Raymond Carver. Against this background, she has been publishing poetry since the early '90s.