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Two Sozopol Fiction Seminars’ fellows with two reunion readings in New York this week!

Two Sozopol Fiction Seminars’ fellows with two reunion readings in New York this week!

Diana Spechler (US) and Todor P. Todorov  (BG)

Please, join the author behind The New York Times column Going Off Diana Spechler and the Bulgarian philosopher and fiction writerTodor P. Todorov who is in town to participate in the first philosophy marathon in New York.

7.00 – 8.00pm, 23 April

@ The Bulgarian Consulate (121 E 62nd St, New York, NY 10065)

Reading & free wine.

Hosted by the Bulgarian Cultural Salon in collaboration with the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation

7.00 – 9.00pm, 26 April

@ The KGB Bar (85 E 4th St, New York, NY 10003)

Reading & a bar break between writers.

Hosted by the Sunday Fiction Series

To visualize the authors, check the attachment. Read more about each of them below:

Diana Spechler is the author behind The New York Times column Going Off. She is the author of the novels Who by Fire and Skinny. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, GQ, Esquire, Glimmer Train Stories, The Paris Review, New York Magazine, and elsewhere. She is also a seven-time Moth StorySLAM winner who performs as a storyteller all over New York City and has been featured on The Moth Radio Hour on NPR.

Todor P. Todorov is a Bulgarian philosopher and fiction writer. He is the author of two collections of short stories: Tales for Melancholic Children (Ciela, 2010) and Always the Night (Ciela, 2012). In 2012, Tales for melancholic children was published in Germany under the title Hexen, Mörder, Nixen, Dichter: Dunkelmagische Geschichten (Grössenwahn Verlag, 2012). Todor P. Todorov has published many reviews, analyses, translations and fiction in his home country. In 2010, he was awarded the Rashko Sougarev prize for best fiction short story for his story Van Gogh in Paris. He is a night reading lover and ideologist.