Palmi Ranchev was born in Sofia, where he has been occupied with various activities – from sports and business to journalism and television.
Born in 1976, Stoil Roshkev graduated in Bulgarian studies from Sofia University.
Bulgarian writer and translator Milen Ruskov, born in 1966, graduated from Sofia University in 1995.
Alexander Sekulov was born on January 6, 1964, in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
Alexander Shpatov was born in 1985 in Sofia. He is a graduate of the American College of Sofia and the Sofia University Law School.
Albena Stambolova graduated in French philology from the Sofia University. She has worked as an editor and translator and also writes in the field of literary and social criticism, foreign literature reception and psychoanalysis.
Olya Stoyanova was born in Sofia in 1977. She graduated from the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication of Sofia University, where she is currently a PhD student.
Before penning the Vick Prize-winning novel Party Headquarters, Tenev had already published four books, founded the Triumviratus Art Group with director Javor Gardev and stage designer Nikola Toromanov,