Harry Stojan

Harry Stojan books and biography


Harry Stojan

Harry Stojan
Harry Stojan

Harry Stojan (in Bulgarian: Хари Стоянов) (1956), a Bulgarian writer, South Slavic translator and computer programmer. He lives in Varna, Bulgaria. Stojan graduated from Sofia University (1980) with a major in Slavic Studies.

Fiction works

  • 1976: Thoughts in Heads
  • 1977: A War against the Atomic Pirate
  • 1981: Countless Selves in the Universe

Translations into Bulgarian

  • 1983: Foliranti by Momo Kapor (from Serbian).
  • 1983: Anika's Times by Ivo Andrić (from Serbian).
  • 1984: Provincialist by Momo Kapor.
  • 1985: From Seven to Three by Momo Kapor.
  • 1993: Zoe by Momo Kapor.
  • 2001: The Lost City Chronicle by Momo Kapor.
  • 2002: Under the Andes by Rex Stout (from English).

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