Bulgarian Women Who Run With The Wolves: An Interview With Nataliya Deleva And Izidora Angel
I once called Nataliya Deleva “the Bulgarian Jhumpa Lahiri,” referring to Deleva’s writerly virtuosity in her adopted language and to Lahiri’s adopted Italian, but now I think it was an understatement. Eager to learn more about Deleva’s and Angel’s journeys as (exophonic) writers, translators, and linguistic and cultural nomads, I conducted this interview over email this summer.
KIRKUS Review: A strong debut that uses gauzy impression to explore the harsh realities of post-communist Eastern Europe.
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