Emil Andreev

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Emil Andreev (Bulgarian: Емил Андреев) (born 1 September 1956, Lom, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian writer. He graduated in English Language Studies from the Veliko Tarnovo University.[1] He has worked as a teacher, journalist, translator and lecturer in English at the Faculty of Theology, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski".


Short Stories:

  • Lom Stories (1996);
  • Late Art Noveau (1998);
  • The Drunkard’s Island(1999).


  • To Kill a Prime Minister (2002);
  • The Treasure Hunters (2003);
  • J's Magical Boat (2005).


  • The Glass River (2004);
  • The Curse of the Frog (2006);
  • Crazy Luka (2010).


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