September 10, 2021 – A meeting with writers Irina Papancheva and Ali Bader (Iraq /Belgium) took place on September 9th in the gallery of the new Regional library Peyo Yavorov. The event was organized by the Municipality of Burgas in partnership with Peyo Yavorov Regional library. The topic of the conversation with a moderator Petya […]
June 6, 2021 – Irina Papancheva’s story Kayaking on Koh Tarutau has been included in the printed handout for Brussels: City of Stories – Book Voyage which took place on 5th June 2021. Brussels Writers’ Circle took part in Book Voyage project as part of Brussels: City of Stories initiative. It has asked its members […]
December 16, 2020 – Irina Papancheva’s story Things Left Behind has been selected for publication in the Redemption: The best rejected manuscripts of 2020 of the literary website Rejected Manuscripts. The selection has been based on likes by the website readers.
September 29, 2020 – The Second Bulgarian Book Festival – online edition started last night with the launch of ‘Welcome Nathan!’. Elka Stoyanova, a poet, moderated the conversation, under the motto: Literature as Catharsis, with the author Irina Papancheva and Dr. Elitza Kotzeva, a professor of English and Literature at the American University of Armenia […]
July 19, 2020 – An excerpt from Irina Papancheva’s novella ‘Welcome Nathan!’, translated from Bulgarian by Elitza Kotzeva, has been published in the literary magazine Apofenie. ‘Welcome Nathan!’ went out in November 2019. The author wrote it in memory of her stillborn baby-boy Nathan. This is the beginning of the excerpt: ‘’The procedure for cleaning […]
May 21, 2020 – I have been confined to my flat for almost three months now, working remotely. I have been dealing with this surprisingly well. In fact, staying home and not socializing has allowed a lot more time for writing and reading. I usually write early every morning before going to work. But as […]