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An Interview for the Bulgarian National Radio

Posted on 17 February 2016 in:

Bulgarian National Radio TIK TAK host journalist Boyana Andreeva in a conversation with Dilyana Georgieva about the what it is to be a classical music producer, her French debut album Après un rêve, and haiku. You can find the recording here (in Bulgarian).

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Premiere of Matchbox Boats in Plovdiv

Posted on 27 April 2015 in:

Welcome to the premiere of Dilyana’s co-authored haiku collection Matchbox Boats at the “Petnoto na Rorshah” Club in Plovdiv on April 28th at  seven pm. See details here.

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A Triple Interview for Haiku and Matchbox Boats

Posted on 23 February 2015 in:

The three haiku poets from “Matchbox Boats” – Dilyana Georgieva, Darina Deneva and Vessislava Savova – were interviewed by the charming Justine Toms of Kafene.bg about the process of haiku and accomplishments. You may find the interview here (in Bulgarian language).

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An Interview with Dilyana Georgieva on Hristo Botev Program

Posted on 23 January 2015 in:

Join Dilyana Georgieva on air in an interview about her debut haiku book Matchbox Boats at Hristo Botev program of the Bulgarian National Radio on January 26th at 1230 (GMT + 2).

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An Interview on Eurocom TV

Posted on 17 January 2015 in:

An interview aired on January 12th at Delnici Program of Eurocom TV with Dilyana Georgieva and host Nikolay Kolev covers themes about music, haiku and arts. You can watch it in Bulgarian here (starts at 40:00th minute).

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Premiere of Matchbox Boats

Posted on 16 January 2015 in:

Welcome to the premiere of Dilyana’s co-authored haiku collection Matchbox Boats at the “Boris Christoff” House in Sofia on January 20th at  six thirty pm.

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First haiku book published

Posted on 22 December 2014 in:

In the last days of the year we are happy to welcome the first Dilyana’s haiku poetry book, jointly crafted with Darina Deneva and Vessislava Savova. The haiku is in Bulgarian, Russian and English. Enjoy a short trailer about the book here and a review by Maya Kisyova here (in Bulgarian).

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