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Revival of the Bulgarian Book

The program Revival of the Bulgarian Book and publishing activity

The Future for Bulgaria Foundation supported the publishing of: “The Little Man from Planet Earth”, containing texts from the UN Convention on Children’s Rights; “The Old Man Paisiy”, Sveti Georgy Zograf Monastery; “Colours of Athos”, Sveti Georgy Zograf Monastery; “Wolf Hunt” by Ivaylo Petrov; “Poems and Fragments”, Atanas Dalchev; “Selected Works”, Yordan Radichkov; “The Conqueror of Mirages”, Stefan Dichev; “I sang What I Felt Like Singing”, selected poems by Ivan Vazov; “Tell Me”, Milena Avonedi; “Mirror”, Charles Perrault, the Grimm brothers and Hans Christian Andersen (in Bulgarian and Turkish language); “Following the Footsteps of the Gods”, Sevda Kostova; “New Romance on the Armenian Needle Lace” by R. Karagitlieva; “Problems of the Bulgarian Spoken Language”; “Holy History of the New Testament”, “Boris Hristov – Life, Voice, Art”, Maurizio Modugno and Carlo Curami; “Kalinography”, Lyubomir Stoykov. Together with the newspaper “Literary Forum”, the Foundation established and awarded the international prize for historical novel to the writer Mile Nedelkovski from the FYROM. For four consecutive years (1998 – 2001) the Foundation provided for the awards granted by the newspaper “Literary Forum” in all genres of literature, and in 2000 we financed the awards on the occasion of 150 years from the birth of Ivan Vazov and Zahari Stoyanov.

Magazine “Community Center”

We supported the magazine “Community Center” to publish a special edition on its 130-th anniversary, the main topics of which were related to the cultural activity of the Bulgarian community centers – folklore, theater, music, painting, literature, ethnography, foreign language schools.

Project “We Gave Something to the World, Too”

In the framework of the project “We Gave Something to the World, Too” we financed the publishing of a catalogue of Stavri Kalinov’s portraits of Vasil Levski and other prominent Bulgarians, which we distributed to schools, community centers and state institutions. We also supported the release of the CDs of the Nightingale Quartet, “White Silence” by Georgi Minchev, “The Island AUA IA” by the blind singer Maria Popova, “A Message of the Spirit” – interpretation of folklore and Church Slavonic chants by the Aqua Quartet, the album “New World” by Velizar Kavaldzhiev and the works of Ivan Spasov.