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The Seventh Gesture is announced for second time a book of the week

The Spanish edition of The Seventh Gesture (translation Reynol Perez Vazquez) is announced for second time a book of the week in the Madrid literary site Zenda...

07.10.2021
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Literature Newspaper about the Spanish edition of The Seventh Gesture

Literature Newspaper wrote about Tsveta's book The Seventh Gesture in Spain and its success there...

15.09.2021
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Second review about the Spanish edition of "The Seventh Gesture"

Marina Casado wrote a clever and an inspired review about Tsveta's book The Seventh Gesture. It is second in this language after the book was published from a prestigious publisher Vaso Roto this year...

11.09.2021
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The poem "Tea" from Tsveta's book "Magnification Forty" was read in the Belgium radio Panik

French speaking people can listen to Tsveta's poem Tea in Belgium radio Panik. The marvelous translation is made by the French poet Guillaume Decourt. The music is by Quartet Kronos from Azerbaidjan. The presenter is Anna Ayanoglou.

25.08.2021
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Tsveta in Revista Altazor

Five of Tsveta's poems from the book The Seventh Gesture were published in the established Chilean magazine Revista Altazor. The translator is Reynol Perez Vazquez, the publisher Vaso Roto.

07.08.2021
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Tsveta in the column of Carlos Olivares Baró

In his column El Convite Carlos Olivares Baró writes about Tsveta's book "The Seventh Gesture": Tsvetanka Elenkova is a great surprise for Spanish-language readers...

28.07.2021
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Tsveta with Spanish edition of The Seventh Gesture

It’s not every day that your poetry book comes out in Spanish with Vaso Roto Ediciones, in a translation by Reynol Pérez Vázquez and with a foreword by Manuel Rivas!

22.06.2021
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Tsveta participated in International Poets & Writers Conclave

The event was organised by the prominent poets Fiona Sampson and Sudeep Sen. Tsveta's poetry was presented together with the Australian poet Paul Hetherington and the Croatian Milos Djurdevic. Yoiu can see the event on You Tube.

08.06.2021
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Tsveta's poem translated and read into Greek by the prominent poet Dimitris Allos

In honor of 200 years of the liberation of Greece poets were reading 15 poems from 6 languages in You Tube. Thank you to the prominent poet Dimitris Allos for his choice of my poem. You can listen to the poem on the 53.34 min.

23.03.2021
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Six poems from Tsveta's future book in the literary magazine Savremennik, 1/2021

Tsveta ia preparing book after the paintings of J.M.W. Turner. Six of these poems were published in the Sofia prestigious literature magazine Savremennik. The editors are Vladimir Zarev and Ivo Rafailov.

16.03.2021
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Tsveta with a paper dedicated to Gregory of Nazianzus

Tsveta's paper "St Gregory of Nazianzus and his attitude towards women in his orations and poems" was published in the prestigious theological magazine Bogoslovska misal, edition of Theologian Faculty of St. Kliment Ohridski University...

01.01.2021
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Fiona Sampson's book in Tsveta's translation - a review in Toest

The reviewer is Bulgarian poet and journalist Marin Bodakov. Marin wrote about the book as a religious and a musical piece. Reading it you can combine it with the music of Sir John Tavener.

19.12.2020
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Tsveta's translation of Fiona Sampson in BG Metro Station

For the fifth time The Polish Institute and Literature Newspaper are presenting poems by European poets in the Sofia metro. England is presented by Tsveta's translation of Fiona Sampson''s poem from her book Coleshill - "Canto".

17.11.2020
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Tsveta wrote a part of renga poem, published in Romanian

In the process of isolation, the renga poem "Airborne Particles" was born, written by 100 poets from all over the world, inspired by a quote from Hafiz...

23.09.2020
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Review about Tsveta's book "The Seventh Gesture II"

Tsveta's book "The Seventh Gesture II" was reviewed in prestigious literary magazine Savremennik. The reviewer is Patritsia Nikolova.

22.09.2020
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Essay by Tsveta on Gregory of Nazianzus' theology and poetry

Tsveta is a doctoral student in Theological faculty in Sofia University "St Kliment Ohridsky". This essay is part of her doctoral work about mistical theology of St. Gregory of Nazianzus, concerning his poetry and orations. 

06.08.2020
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Recours au Poeme with review about Tsveta's book Crookedness

Jean-Pierre Grandebeuf writes in Recours au Poeme about Crookedness that it is a book about the diversity of the world and its relation with the human beings, the poetry as a joinder between the world and its people.

01.08.2020
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Tsveta has poems published in Bengali magazine

Tsveta's poems from her books The Seventh Gesture and Crookedness were published in the Bengali magazine Daily Bangla. The translator is Rudra Kinshuk.

14.05.2020
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Three poems by Tsveta in Strands Lit Sphere

Three poems from Tsveta's book Magnification Forty were published in the International literary site Strands Lit Sphere. Strands is an independant group of artists and writers from across the world. The editor is Jose Varghese.  

24.03.2020
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Five poems dedicated on J.M.W.Turner

These are Tsveta's new poems for the future book on the paintings of J.M.W.Turner. They talk about Uncreated light in the pictures of the artist. After Stranitsa this is the second magazine in Bulgaria they are published in.

01.03.2020
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Tsveta in Massachusetts Review

Tsvets's poem "The Train" was included in the anthology. This poem is not included in any of her books. It was published for the first time in Vol. 56, No...

05.02.2020
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Tsveta participated in discussion about christianity and poetry

An interesting approach in this round table, organised by Harta, about the place of christianity in poetry like those of the Word in the words. 

21.01.2020
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Tsveta translated essay by Jonathan Dunne

Tsveta translated essay by Jonathan Dunne's Diary on Holy Mountain Athos. He writes about his travel to the monasteries of Great Lavra, Dionisiou, St Paul and Zograph. This is his fourth essay - spring 2014 of nine so far.

15.01.2020
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Tsveta in the Parisian literary magazine EUROPE

Five poems from Tsveta's book Magnification Forty were published in the prestigious magazine Europe, which founder is Romain Rolland in 1923. The translation is by the poet Guillaume Decourt.

07.01.2020
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Tsveta in the Orthodox site Pravoslavie

Tsveta's essay about Epiphany from the book Bulgarian Fresos:Feast of the Root was published in the site Pravoslavie.bg. 

06.01.2020
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Tsveta published three poems from her future book

Three poems by Tsveta's future book on paintings by J. M. Turner were published in the magazine.

21.12.2019
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The Seventh Gesture II in the Festival's Programm

Tsveta participates at the Festival in a conversation about her last book The Seventh Gesture II and the women's writing.

15.12.2019
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Poems by Tsveta in Kadar 25

Last three books of Tsveta - Crookedness, Magnification Forty, The Seventh Gesture II are presented in the cultural site Kadar 25.

07.12.2019
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The Seventh Gesture II nominated for the literary award Nikolay Kanchev

Tsveta's book The Seventh Gesture II was nominated for the Literary award Nikolay Kanchev, given every year on the date of the name of the poet 6th of December(St Nicolas) from his wife the poet Fedya Filkova.

06.12.2019
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Tsveta in New Humanist

My poem "Chocolate, dark" from the book Magnification Forty in the wonderful translation of Jonathan Dunne was just published in the prestigious London magazine New Humanist.

29.11.2019
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Tsveta gave an interview about her father - the prominent opera singer Stefan Elenkov

Stefan Elenkov died age 60 in 2007, after had sang in such theatres as La Scala - Milano, Metropoliten Opera, Paris Opera, Grand Opera Wien, Bolshoy Theatre - Moscow etc. He was one of the best Bulgarian basses ever sang abroad...

12.11.2019
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Tsveta read a paper at the conference

Tsveta is a doctoral student in The Theological faculty of Sofia University "St Kliment Ohridsky". As such a student she participated at the conference, dedicated to the Church Fathers and she read a paper on St...

19.10.2019
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Tsveta presented her book The Seventh Gesture II in Elias Canetti Fest in Ruse

This was the third presentation of the book after these in Sofia and Plovdiv. Elias Canetti is a Nobel Prize Winner author who was born and lived in Ruse through his childhood...

12.10.2019
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The presentation of The Seventh Gesture II in Plovdiv

Tsveta's book The Seventh Gesture II had presentation in U Park Gallery in Plovdiv. The organiser was the teacher and critic Silvia Dimitrova. 

25.09.2019
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Tsveta published an essay on Christ

The main theme is taken from the Gospel of John, where he writes about Christ as the Light of the world. The essay was dedicated on one of the main Orthodox feasts - Transfiguration on 6th of August.

19.09.2019
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A Review about Tsveta's book The Seventh Gesture II

The reviewer Katya Atanasova emphasizes on the style of the book - lyrical prose, fragments in which the thought is at the height of sensitivity and intuition. The main theme of the narrative is wondering between the earthly and beyond.

08.08.2019
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Tsveta's book The Seventh Gesture with presentation in Peroto

The book was presented  by the poet and the literary critic Yordan Eftimov and by the literary critic Kristina Yordanova. Kristina and Yordan are the main critics who through the years follow the creative work of Tsveta...

07.06.2019
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The Seventh Gesture II in Drum

The journalist Olia Al-Ahmed writes about the establishment of the book abroad - many reviews it received in such media like Poetry Review, MPT, Absinth etc.

05.06.2019
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The French poet Guillaume Decourt translated by Tsveta

Few poems by the French poet Guillaume Decourt were translated by Tsveta and published in the literary magazine Stranitsa. Guillaume Decourt has a style that reflects both Greek and French tradition in literature...

29.05.2019
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Tsveta received the Literary Award "Dabat na Pencho"

Tsveta received the prestigious literary award "Dabat na Pencho" for the craft of her creativness, given by the literary critic Svetlozar Igov. The award is given every year on the date of birth of the Bulgarian classical poet Pencho Slaveykov. 

28.05.2019
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Poems by The Seventh Gesture II in Delta Blues Bar

Tsveta read poems from The Seventh Gesture II in Delta Blues Bar together with other poets: Nikolay Boykov, Ekaterina Grigorova, Liudmila Mindova, Petar Chuhov etc.

20.03.2019
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The book Coleshill by Fiona Sampson in Tsveta's translation

Fiona Sampson's book Coleshill in Tsveta's translation was published in Small Stations Press. This is the second book by Fiona, translated by Tsveta after The Distance Between Us with the publisher Balkani, 2008.

04.03.2019
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Tsveta published an essay about Rila Monastery's icon

The essay is about a famous Holy Fourty Martyrs icon and the author explains the gestures of the holy men as a ladder towards heaven.

15.12.2018
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Tsveta with MA in theology

In an official ceremony in Sofia  University St Kliment Ohridsky Tsveta was given her MA diploma in theology. 

23.11.2018
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Tsveta participated with a paper on St Gregory of Nazianzus

Tsveta participated with a paper on St Gregory of Nazianzus in The Third International Philological Forum for Young Scholars.

16.11.2018
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Tsveta's book Crookedness published in Corps Puce, France

The French edition of Tsveta's book Crookedness is already fact! This is her second book to be published in France this year - the translator is Krassimir Kavaldjiev, the painting on the cover is by Boyko Kolev!

31.10.2018
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Tsveta defended her master thesis on St Gregory of Nazianzus

Tsveta defended her master thesis on St Gregory the Theologian and the asceticism in his poetry. Her supervisor Associate professor PhD Sveto Riboloff supported her all this time.

27.10.2018
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Tsveta's book Crookedness published in Shearsman Books, England

Crookedness is the third book which Tsveta published with Shearsman Books after The Seventh Gesture and At the End of the World: Contemporary Poetry from Bulgaria. Translator is Jonathan Dunne.

01.09.2018
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Tsveta presented her book The Seventhe Gesture in the 36th Market of the Poetry in Paris

Tsveta's book The Seventh Gesture is the first book of the author published in France from the publishing house Tertium Editions. It was presented in the 36th Market of the Poetry in Paris. 

10.06.2018
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The Seventh Gesture was published by Tertium Editions, France

The French edition of Tsveta's book The Seventh Gesture is already reality. This is fourth edition abroad of the book after publications in England, US, Serbia...

08.05.2018
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Tsveta and Jonathan's publishing house presented their authors

Small Stations Press was guest of the poet Petar Chuhov's evenings which he organises in Club Alcohol in the Sofia Library...

21.11.2017
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Poetic work shop in Galicia lead to the publishing of an anthology

Ten poems by Tsveta were published in a Galician anthology as a result of a working shop of six poets which took place in the island San Simon. The anthology is bilingua Ehglish and Galician, the poets translated their own works...

09.10.2017
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Tsveta translated New Leaves by Rosalia de Castro

This is the second book Tsveta translated by Rosalia after Galician Songs, published by Small Stations in 2014. Rosalia de Castro is the most reknown and universal Galician poet...

21.07.2017
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Tsveta read her poems on the National day of Bulgaria

Reading poems on the Nationai day of Bulgaria in the museum of Ivan Vazov - the most emblematic classic poet was an event organised by the lliterary critic Kristina Yordanova...

03.03.2017
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Tsveta translated Chus Pato in Bulgarian

The book in Bulgarian whose translator is Tsveta is a collection of two books by the author: Carne de Leviatan and Secesion. Chus Pato is one of the most established Galician poets in her country and abroad. The publisher is Small Stations Press.

04.11.2016
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Literary workshop with six European poets in Galicia

Tsveta was participant in the literary workshop in San Simon island, Galicia, organised by the poet Yolanda Castano. There were five more Europena poets, all translating eachother in their native language...

17.10.2016
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Magnification Forty was presented at the International Elias Cannetti festival

Magnification Forty is Tsveta's fifth poetry book. It was presented at the Internationsl festival Elias Cannetti in Ruse...

08.10.2016
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Prof. Milena Kirova with review about Tsveta's book Magnification Forty

Literary critic Prof. Milena Kirova wrote a review of Tsveta's book Magnification Forty, in which she emphasized the desire for precision of every detail and the psychological landscape that lead to the déjà vu effect in her poetry.

08.09.2016
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Magnification Forty at Apollonia

Tsveta's book Magnification Forty was presented at Apollonia by the poet and journalist Marin Bodakov. His words about the book were penetrating and deep. He describes the main themes in Tsveta's poetry and emphasizes at her timely christianity.

06.09.2016
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Tsveta in Omnibus Festival in Prague and Munich

Tsveta was participating in the International Omnibus project with another seven poets. She was reading her poetry in Prague and Munich. She gave an interview about the festival Crowd...

09.06.2016
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Tsveta in Poem on poetry and orthodoxy

Tsveta and Jonathan Dunne gave an interview for the UK magazine Poem on the theme of poetry and orthodoxy. The editor of the magazine is Fiona Sampson.

09.06.2016
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Tsveta about Magnification Forty in Diascop

Hristina Mircheva - editor in chief of the electronic magazine Diascop took an interview by Tsveta about her new book Magnification Forty. Tsveta talked about the literature as revalation.

01.06.2016
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Tsveta participated in a poetry reading on the occasion of anniversary of LN

Throgh years there were lots of publications of Tsveta in Literature Newspaper - her poems and translation.  Tsveta read poems by Magnification Forty.

27.05.2016
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Tsveta's book with presentation in Plovdiv

Tsveta's book Magnification Forty had a presentation in Spirt & Spirit club in Plovdiv. It was a part of literary events which Bulgarian writer Alexander Sekulov organizes in this atmospherical place...

13.05.2016
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Tsveta, Kiril Vasilev and Vladimir Sabourin were presented by Prof. Milena Kirova

The first meeting of poets from publishing house Small Stations Press took place in 137 auditoriums of Sofia University "St. Sliment Ohridski". Their books were presented by the literary critic Prof. Milena Kirova.

12.05.2016
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Literary critic Kristina Yordanova wrote about Tsveta's book

LIterary critic Kristina Yordanova wrote an emblematic review about Tsveta's book Magnification Forty. The title is: "God of the little things of Tsvetanka Elenkova"...

16.03.2016
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Eight poems from The Seventh Gesture in Poeteka

Tsveta's poems from her book The Seventh Gesture were published in bilingua Albanian-English in Poeteka magazine. The translators are  Silvana Leka in Albanian and Jonathan Dunne in English. The editor is the poet Arian Leka...

16.03.2016
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Magnification Forty reviewed by Katya Atanasova

Tsveta's new book Magnification Forty was reviewed by the critic Katya Atanasova in Portal Cultura. The journalist writes that this is a book about the visible and the invisible, about the spiritual layers under the material mantle of the world...

09.02.2016
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Marin Bodakov wrote about Tsveta's book in Kultura

In his review about the book, Marin called it "the most necessary contemporary Bulgarian Christian poetry".

05.02.2016
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The literary critic Maya Gorcheva wrote about Tsveta's book "Magnification Forty"

About this book Maya Gorcheva says: This collection of poems tells about the samples of a microscope and the disappearing waterfalls in the mountains in Southeast Europe...

05.02.2016
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Review for "Magnification Forty" by the literary critic Gergina Krasteva

Tsveta's book Magnification Forty was reviewed by the literary critic Gergina Krasteva among other books, published in 2015-2016. The critic called it a book of "optical support, of charming everyday life, of synthesized splendor".

01.02.2016
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Magnification Forty's presentation in Sofia

The seventh book of Tsveta Magnification Forty was presented in Peroto Literary Club. The critics Yordan Eftimov and Kristina Yordanova talked about the book...

28.01.2016
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Tsveta published an essay about the icon of The Holy Trinity in Arbanassi

The essay explains the relation between the two deitys in the Trinity - God the Father and God the Son starting froma an interesting image of the icon where God the Father embraces Christ on the cross.

15.02.2015
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Poems from "Magnification Forty" in the Plovdiv literary magazine

Six poems from Tsveta's book Magnification Forty were published in the magazine.

01.02.2014
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Страница (Stranitsa 2/2014)

Six poems from Tsveta's book Magnification Forty were published in the magazine.

01.02.2014
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Five poems and an interview by Tsveta in the magazine

The editor in chieaf is Bulgarian-German poet Petja Heinrich. She invited Tsveta for a long intervew about her creativness, life and literary taste and she also included 5 poems from the book Crookedness.

01.03.2013