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 Rada Alexandrova

Rada Alexandrova

Nationality: Bulgarian

Rada Alexandrova is a poet and playwright. She has a degree in Bulgarian Philology from Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”. She worked 4 years as editor in the section “Poetry” in the Bulgarian National Radio and afterwards 15 years in Plamak magazine. From 1992 to 1995 she was a director in “Ivan Vazov” publishing house. During 1997-98 she was managing the section “Military publishing, military cultural institutes and offices” to the Ministry of Defense. She is the author of the poetry books: Golden girls (1972), Impossible escape (1975), Nettle (1977), For the close man (1980), Stone (1985), Now I understand (1987), Winter rose (1989), Somebody has come (1993), It was winter and summer (1997), It was given (2000), Sparse phrases (2003), All the angles sleep (2007), as well as the children book For Aya and other stories and the novel Every night is Friday (2004). Her poetry book All angles sleep was nominated for the poetry award “Ivan Nikolov” in 2007. Rada Alexandrova is the author of the plays Slanting rains (1974), Air for all, Leon, All come true, The Angle. Her poetry is translated in many European languages.