Stefan Kisyov

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Stefan Kisyov is a novelist, journalist, playwright and short story writer. Kisyov was born in Stara Zagora in 1963. He studied at Sofia and Plovdiv universities, and also at the Sorbonne in Paris. He has worked as an electrician at a tram depot, locksmith at a chemical factory, administrator at a Black Sea hotel, stage hand at the Stara Zagora Opera, waiter, newspaper journalist and in television. He lived in France and Switzerland. He is the author of books such as Jukebox, Not a Thing Anywhere, Don't Wake the Somnambulist, Your Name is Woman and A Waiter in the Boyana Residence. His award-winning novel, The Executioner was published in 2003. Stefan Kisyov lives in Havana.


Stefan Kisyov's novels[edit]

Short stories[edit]

Kisyov has written over 100 short stories in influential newspapers and magazines and many non-fictional pieces.


  • Desperadoes (1999)[2]