Bulgarian Literature Portals Share Leyla Aliyeva’s Poems

Bulgarian Literature Portals Share Leyla Aliyeva’s Poems

    Frequently visited literature portal “meridian27.com” (Bulgaria) and the Facebook page of the Bulgarian Writers League in the USA and in the World have posted in Bulgarian poems ‘Why did I suddenly feel bad?’ and ‘You are an inextinguishable flame’ by Leyla Aliyeva, a talented young Azerbaijani poetess, as part of the AzSTC project “Azerbaijan Literature in a Virtual World”. The detailed information on the writer is provided as well.

    The translator is Dmitr Hristov, a notable Bulgarian poet.

    It is worth noting that an electronic magazine “meridian27.com”, that has been launched since 2002 at the “Libra Skorp” Publishing House, and the Facebook page of the Bulgarian Writers League in the USA and in the World, continually updated, regularly publish samples of pieces by internationally renowned writers and poets.

 

 

https://www.meridian27.com/author/leyla-alieva

https://www.meridian27.com/article/v-teb-se-vlyubih

https://www.facebook.com/groups/2692562064138962/

 

 

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