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    Irina Papancheva

    Irina Papancheva is a Bulgarian fiction writer. She was born in Burgas. She specialized literature in “St. St. Cyril and Methodius” high school, then she earned  a master’s degree in Czech language and literature at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” and a master’s degree in European politics and social integration at Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Belgium. She is the author of the illustrated book for children I Stutter (Ciela, 2005), the novels “Almost Intimately (Kronos, 2007), Annabel (Janet 45, 2010), Pelican Feather (Janet 45, 2013) and She, the island (Trud, 2017), the novella “Welcome Nathan! (Fast Print Books, 2019) and short stories. Almost Intimately got the audience nomination in the 2008 Bulgarian national literary competition South Spring (Yuzhna prolet), and her novel Annabel was shortlisted in the 2014 January Contemporary Bulgarian Novel Contest of the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation and Open Letter Books at the University of Rochester. She writes in Bulgarian and English. Her works have been translated into English, French, Arabic and Persian. Website: ipapancheva.com



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