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Bulgarian poet and historian
Born as Kiril Valchev Merdjanski, on 30.07.1955 (age 65) in Sofia, in the People's Republic of Bulgaria
Nationality Bulgaria, Education - Sofia University "St. Kliment Ochridski", Profession - teacher, editor, university teacher, translator
Wife - Iren Ivanceveva
Kiril Merdjanski was born on July 30, 1955 in Sofia. In 1981 he graduated in history from the "Kliment Ochridski" university in Sofia with a master's degree in ancient and medieval history. In the same year he started working as a lecturer at NGDEK "Konstantin Cyril Filosof". From 1987 to 2002, he worked as an editor (until 1990) and as head of the "History and Law" editorial office at the University Publishing House at the University of Sofia. From 1993-94 he taught creative writing at the New York Business School (Sofia), a visiting lecturer at the New Bulgarian University of Ancient History (1994-95) and creative writing (1998-2001). Since 1995, he has been a member of the Association of Bulgarian Writers (1994), the Union of Bulgarian Journalists (1995) and the International Organization of Journalists (IOJ). since 1995
Along with Ani Ilkov, Edvin Sugarev, Vladimir Levchev, Miglena Nikolčina and Ilek Dimitrov, Merdjanski is a representative of the poetic generation that debuted in literary periodicals in the 1980s, most of which published their first books after November 10, 1989. In 1990 he was also one of the authors of the samizdat magazine Most.
He collaborates on the theater workshop Sfumato (1997-2000).
Translations from Spanish (with Ivan Dobčev) "Life is a Dream" by Calderon de la Barca (2000) and "Anthology" by Martin Adan (2000) - with Nina Veleva and from the ancient Greek "Antigona" (with Nikolai Gočev) - 1998.
Kiril Merdjansky's poetry has been translated into English, French, German, Russian, Swedish, Greek, Hungarian, Czech and others. Languages.
He emigrated to the United States. Today he lives in Cincinnati.
- "Night tide". Sofia: Bulharský spisovatel, 1990, 76 p.
- "Selected epitaphs from the west of the Roman Empire". Sofia, 1992.
- "Cloudy earth" or / Earth under clouds / clouds or cloudy earth - note. I don't know what works best, I don't know the work. Sofia: Free Poetic Society, 1995.
- The myth of Odysseus in the new bucolic poetry. Sofia: Agentura Ima, 1997, 106 p.
- "The Myth of Odysseus in New Bucolic Poetry", 2nd electronic edition, Varna: Liternet, 2006.
- "Birds, views, deserts". Sofia: Anubis, 2002, 24 p.
- "Birds, views, roads, deserts", electronic publication in Literature plus Culture on March 13, 2001.
- "Antiquity after antiquity"