Valentina Dimitrova Radinska

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Valentina Dimitrova Radinska (Bulgarian: Валентина Димитрова Радинска) (born 1951 in Slivеn) is a Bulgarian poet.[1][2]

She studied at the Sofia University, and graduated from the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute with an MA. She was an editor at Bulgarian Cinematography.[3] She teaches at Sofia University.

She was married to theater director Krikor Azaryan.

Works[edit]

  • "All Soul's Day"
  • "Gently"
  • Kum men vurvi chovek (A man walks toward me), 1977
  • Noshtna Kniga (Night book), 1983
  • Ne: Stikhotvoreniia, Kni-vo " Georgi Bakalov", 1988
  • Chistilishte (Purgatory), Izdatelska kushta "Niagolova", 1992, ISBN 978-954-8160-04-9
  • Vsichko: Stikhotvoreniia (Everything), Izdatelska kushta "Ivan Vazov", 1995, ISBN 978-954-604-022-0
  • Dimcho Debelianov i Povelitelia na vultsite, Iadatelska kushta "P.K. IAvorov", 1997, ISBN 978-954-525-053-8

Anthologies[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jane Eldridge Miller, ed. (2001). Who's who in contemporary women's writing. Psychology Press. ISBN 978-0-415-15980-7. 
  2. ^ Harold B. Segel (2003). The Columbia guide to the literatures of Eastern Europe since 1945. Columbia University Press. ISBN 978-0-231-11404-2. 
  3. ^ Walter M. Cummins, ed. (1993). Shifting borders: East European poetries of the eighties. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. ISBN 978-0-8386-3497-4. 

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