Bulgarian novelist Georgi Tenev is the author of Party Headquarters. In this fascinating conversation, he discusses differences in artistic approach between writing for novels and for the theater, and the line between literature and politics in post-Socialist Bulgaria, offering insights on engaging with a totalitarian past, as a Bulgarian writer and as a person in contemporary society. An excerpt from Party Headquarters appears in Trafika Europe 3.
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