• Against the Wall

    23 December 2010

    text by Dima Chakarova, photoes by Iliyan Rujin

    Milena Fuchedjieva is a free-spirited Bulgarian. LA or Sofia- based, she is an active blogger who cannot be put into a frame. After 20 years of living in the US, she returned to Sofia with her cat Pancho. We met her to ask her a few questions about her new book I, the Blogger which is like a diary and a collection of essays.
  • The SOCial Network

    9 December 2010

    How can you briefly describe the Living Museum? One of the project`s missions is to make Bulgarian artists gather together around a defined topic. The Living Museum embraces time and space and fills them up with material objects. It appears, happens ...
  • Kitchen Confidencial

    11 November 2010

  • WebIt 2010

    21 October 2010

    by Nikola Shahpazov and Sevda Shinarova

    Marvin Liao You’ve been part of the Yahoo! team for 9 years now. How has this famous Internet brand changed? I think we’ve grown up a lot and much more focused on where and what we are good at when serving consumers and advertisers. Ie. ...
  • 45 Years Are Enough?

    7 October 2010

    by Nikolay Vasilev

  • Meet the Parents

    16 September 2010

  • Look Who's Talking

    2 September 2010

  • 1 Party

    26 August 2010

    text by Elena Peneva, photoes Valentin Danevski

    On 29th of August Sofia Poetiki Festival will present 30 Bulgarian authors - probably some of the best among the Bulgarian poets and writers.  It`s not a surprise to see the name of Ivan Landzhev among them.
  • Kokomania

    1 July 2010

    Nikola Shahpazov

  • Everything For Sale

    20 May 2010

    Dima Chakyrova

    Jeffrey Gitomer is best known as the King of Sales. He made successful sales for huge companies like Coca Cola, BMW, The New York Post and IBM
  • Return To The Future

    5 May 2010

    Nikola Shahpazov, photo Valentin Danevski for Angel Kotzev Studio

  • Solo performance

    22 April 2010

    After his first novel Tokyo Cancelled, people started talking about Rana Dasgupta as one of the most promising british writers. It kindled our interest to find out that the action in his latest novel takes place in the meandering streets of Old Sofia and follows the hundred-years-long life of a Bulgarian outcast called Ulrich. We talked to Rana about globalization, Medieval literature and other stories days before his third visit in Sofia. This time his coming for a national tour presenting the Bulgarian release of Solo, including two special presentation in English both in Sofia and Varna.
  • The Collector

    25 February 2010

    text Dima Chakarova, photographs Felya Baruh

    Emy Baruh is associated with some major events in our cultural life, among which is Pablo Picasso's exhibition in 2008 which was visited by a record breaking number of people.
  • Women's Time

    11 February 2010

    Nikola Shahpazov

    To what extent does Nemi resemble and differ from you? We have enough in common to be good friends, and far from enough for Nemi to be anywhere near an auto biography. Have there been occasions when people have referred to you as Nemi rather than ...
  • The Minute Before

    21 January 2010

    text Anelia Aleksandrova, photos by Valentin Danevski for Angel Kotzev Studio

    We know everything about the end of the world as seen through the eyes of Hollywood, but Georgi Gospodinov's version is even more intriguing.
  • Beer, Beer, Beer Every Day

    19 November 2009

    text Ivan Hadjivelikov, photos by Valentin Danevski for Angel Kotsev Studio

    The Language of Beer by jazz expert, journalist and beer connoisseur Liudmil Fotev is something much more than just a book.
  • Stefan's List

    12 November 2009

    text Irina Marinova, photos by Ilian Rujin

    There lots of interesting facts around Stefan Ivanov - the French High School in Sofia, an education in Philosophy, the Sorbonne, playing in a band, Barzaliteratura, the volumes of poetry 4 Seconds of Violet and Ginsburg Against Bukowski in the Audience, participation in the medleys An Anthology of the Living and Sex Off, an award in sms poetry, translations in 4 languages and his new book Lists.
  • In the Net

    1 October 2009

    text Nikola Shahpazov

    Like all average internet users we do not just live online 8 hours a day, but also started shopping almost everything. So the WebIt Conference comes just in time. We asked two of the lecturers - Przemek Pluta from PayPal Poland and Aleks Marks from eBay about the condition of e-marketing.
  • Sinister Beauty

    1 October 2009

    A year after the return of The Bad Seeds we receive another dose of Nick Cave in a pretty unusual form - 250 pages of maddening beauty, sex and life wisdom. Here you are - The Death of Bunny Munro through the eyes of translator Maria Mihailova.
  • On the Road

    16 July 2009

    text Dima Chakarova, photo by Silvia Valentino Karabashlieva

    Zahari Karabashliev's name became well-known around his first novel 18% Grey, which was such a hit that it went through three editions. In June he came back from sunny California to show us the collection of stories A Short History of Plane.