Ivan Dimitrov was born in 1983 and has graduated in Bulgarian Philology.

His short stories were nominated for the debut book competition of  “Ars” Publishing House and his play “Separation at first sight” is one of five nominees at Slavka Slavova chamber play competition of “Theater 199”  in the spring of 2010.

Author of “Local foreigners”, a book of short stories, the novel “Life as a missing spoon” and the book of poetry “Poet on portrait”. He’s one of the top five poets in the “Sofia Poetics” Festival contest in both 2010 and 2011.

In 2011 his play “The eyes of the others” won the “New drama” contest in Shumen. In 2012 the English translation of the play by Angela Rodel is chosen with 9 other plays among 430 from all over the world to enter the official program of HotInk at the Lark International Festival in New York. In the end of March 2012 the play had its stage reading in New York.


Todora Nikolova Radeva was born in 1973. She gratuated culturology from the “Sveti Kliment Ohridski” University in Sofia. Her stories were published in magazines “Литературен вестник”, “Литературен форум”, “Витамин Б”, “Капител”, “Сега”, “Playboy”, “Капитал light”, Localminds.com.

She was awarded at the contest dedicated to Jordan Ivkov, organized by the Literary Club, as well as at the “Agata” contest, organized by “Литературен вестник”. Some of her stories were included in collections which represent Bulgarian prose. Her first book “Seven ways to warp a sari arrond your body” was awarded at the national contest “Южна пролет” (Haskovo, 2005).

Published books of stories: “Seven ways to warp a sari arrond your body”, “The Days Like These” and “The Morning Fog”.