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Vanya Petkova (Bulgarian: Ваня Петкова; 1944 – April 2009) was a Bulgarian poet, novelist, short story writer, and translator. Also known by her pen name Hatija Sadiq Skander, she is considered to be one of the most consequential Eastern European poets, with 34 poetry books and 6 novels to her name. Her poetry has been translated into 13 languages: English, Spanish, French, Russian, Greek, Armenian, Polish, Czech, Hindi, Arabic and Japanese among others.Petkova was editor-in-chief of Bulgaria's Slaveiche magazine, as well as for newspapers Literaturen front and Suvremenik. She worked as a translator at the Bulgarian Embassy in Khartoum.

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  • Vanya Petkova (Bulgarian: Ваня Петкова; 1944 – April 2009) was a Bulgarian poet, novelist, short story writer, and translator. Also known by her pen name Hatija Sadiq Skander, she is considered to be one of the most consequential Eastern European poets, with 34 poetry books and 6 novels to her name. Her poetry has been translated into 13 languages: English, Spanish, French, Russian, Greek, Armenian, Polish, Czech, Hindi, Arabic and Japanese among others.Petkova was editor-in-chief of Bulgaria's Slaveiche magazine, as well as for newspapers Literaturen front and Suvremenik. She worked as a translator at the Bulgarian Embassy in Khartoum.
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  • Sofia, Bulgaria
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  • Georgi Džagarov Award, 2005
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  • Portrait of Vanya Petkova
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  • Sofia University, Jose Martini Institute
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  • Salt Winds, Vow of Silence, The Sinner, Pirate Poems
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  • Pirate Poems
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  • Hatija Sadiq Skander
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  • Nouri Sadik Oraby
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  • Vanya Petkova (Bulgarian: Ваня Петкова; 1944 – April 2009) was a Bulgarian poet, novelist, short story writer, and translator. Also known by her pen name Hatija Sadiq Skander, she is considered to be one of the most consequential Eastern European poets, with 34 poetry books and 6 novels to her name. Her poetry has been translated into 13 languages: English, Spanish, French, Russian, Greek, Armenian, Polish, Czech, Hindi, Arabic and Japanese among others.Petkova was editor-in-chief of Bulgaria's Slaveiche magazine, as well as for newspapers Literaturen front and Suvremenik. She worked as a translator at the Bulgarian Embassy in Khartoum.
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  • Vanya Petkova House and Museum in Purvomay, Bulgaria
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