Paul Vidich is a graduate of the Rutgers-Newark MFA programme. His stories have appeared in online literary journals and have been finalists in Glimmer Train contests, the 2009 Richard Bausch Short Story Contest, and the 2008 Raymond Carver Award for New Writers. He is a board member of Poets and Writers.
Ivan Dimitrov is 27 years old and a graduate of Bulgarian Philology. He is the author of Local Foreigners, a book of short stories, and the novel Life as a Missing Spoon.
Are you living in Bulgaria and wondering how to combine the obligatory masculine look with elegance? It is not that difficult, in fact
You think hoards of tourists destroy the Montenegrin coast charm? There's an easy solution – go out when it's dark
Bulgarian state educational institutions might be in a crisis, but there is an alternative
When asked about the sources of their national pride, most educated Bulgarians don't have to think too long: "The salvation of the Bulgarian Jews from the Holocaust" is usually one of the top three answers.