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Reading and discussion with resident writer Yordan Slaveykov

Photos by: Simon Varsano

On Wednesday, 19th of September, starting from 18:00 Qendra Multimedia organizes a reading and discussion with the Bulgarian writer Jordan Slavejkov in Monet Gallery in Prishtina.
Slaveykov was born in Vrasta, Bulgaria in 1976. He is known as a theater director, lecturer, writer and screenwriter. He has graduated as theatre director from the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria in 2001.

In 2008 he graduated as an actor in Moscow during the II International Summer Theatre Academy.

He wrote his first play “The spider” in 2011, a performance that has been shown in several festivals around the world such as Moscow, Saint Petersburg, New York, Brussels, etc.

His first novel “The last step” published by Janet45 publishing house in 2015, has won two national literature awards in 2016.

During the event in Prishtina he will be reading parts of his novel “The last step”. The discussion will be in English, with a translation in Albanian.

For additional information regarding the reading, do not hesitate to contact Qendra Multimedia at info@qendra.org or +383 38 555779.