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 Deyan Enev

Deyan Enev

Nationality: Bulgarian

Deyan Enev was born in 1960 in Sofia. He graduated from Sofia's First English Language School and later completed a degree in Bulgarian Philology at Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski".

Enev has published several collections of short stories: "Chetivo za noshten vlak" ("Readings for the Night Train") (1987); "Konsko evangelie" (1992); "Lovec na hora" ("Man Hunter") (1994), winner of the Annual Award for Fiction of "Hristo Botev" Publishing House, translated in Norway (1997); "Klaneto na petela" ("The Slaughtering of the Rooster" (1997); "Ezi-tura" ("Heads or Tails") (2000), National Award for Bulgarian Fiction "Hristo G. Danov" and the Annual Award for Literature of the Bulgarian Writers Union; "Gospodi, pomiluy" ("Have Mercy on Us, Oh Lord") (2004), the Big Award for New Bulgarian prose "Helikon"; and "Vsichki na nosa na gemiyata" ("Everyone on the bow of the boat" (2005), "Gradche na ime Mendocino" ("A city called Mendocino") (2009), "Sedem koledni razkaza" ("Seven Christmas Stories") (2009), (Bulgarcheto ot Alaska. Sofiyski razkazi" ("Bulgarian from Alaska. Stories from Sofia") (2011), "Vnukat na Hemingway" ("Hemingway's Grandson") (2013), "Malkata domashna tsarkva. Savremenni pritchi" ("Small domestic church. Modern parables") (2014), "Grizzly" (2015).