Carevna Miladinova-Aleksieva (1856‒1934)

Carevna Miladinova-Aleksieva was born in Struga in 1856, among the famous Miladinovi family (her father was the revivalist Dimitar Miladinov, and her first teacher was Georgi Ikonomov ‒ father’s pupil and husband of her sister, the teacher Milica Dimitrova Ikonomova). She continued her education in Continue Reading

Lyuba Kutincheva (1910-1998)

Born in Tarnovo. In her childhood lived in Romania and Turkey. Graduated from a high school in Romania and journalism in Paris. Correspondent of foreign newspapers. Fluent in French, Romanian, Turkish, Russian, Arabic and Esperanto. Traveled in the Middle and Far East, North Africa, South Continue Reading

Milka Petrova-Koralova (1906-1944)

Born in Sofia. Daughter of the prominent feminist Elena Radeva. Graduated in pedagogy and philosophy at the Women’s Higher Pedagogical School in Sevre (1929). She had been working as a teacher in French. With her husband, the writer Emil Koralov, founded and edited the children’s Continue Reading

Olga Tschawowa (1893-1973)

Born in Svishtov from a Bulgarian father and Austrian mother. Graduated from the Rousse Girls’ High School, studied violin and piano at the Academy of Music and Theater Arts in Vienna. Performed concerts in Sofia and Rousse. She had been working as a teacher of Continue Reading

Teodora Peykova (1892-1979)

Born in Bourgas. Graduated from a high school in Sofia and studied piano and literature in Vienna and Brussels. There graduated home courses too. She published stories and travelogues in the press, translates novels, stories and memoirs from German, French and Russian. Author of cooking Continue Reading