Stefan Tsanev

Stefan Nedelchev Tsanev (Bulgarian: Стефан Неделчев Цанев) (b. 7 August 1936) is a contemporary Bulgarian writer, known for his essays, plays,[1] poems, and historical novels.[2]

Stefan Tsanev
Born (1936-08-07) August 7, 1936 (age 85)
Chervena Voda,
near Rousse, Bulgaria
OccupationNovelist, essayist, playwright, poet
Genrepoem, novel

His books include Ubiytsite sa mezhdu nas (Bulgarian: Убийците са между нас; The killers are among us), and his plays, Istinskiyat Ivaylo (Bulgarian: Истинският Ивайло; The true Ivaylo), which was banned.[why?]

Tsanev's latest four-volume work, Bulgarian Chronicles, uncovers previously hidden facts, added to the well-known, in Bulgaria's history: 2137 BC to the present.[citation needed][3]


  1. ^ "Bulgarian news agency review of the Bulgarian press for 13 Sep 01". BTA News Agency via BBC. 13 September 2001. Retrieved 30 March 2011. Renowned playwright and poet Stefan Tsanev says in "Troud," "There is more in store. Hatred will bury us like an avalanche....
  2. ^ Стефан Цанев "Български Хроники" Пловдив Книгоиздателска къща Труд, София, 2006 ISBN 978-954-528-610-0
  3. ^ Stefan Tsanev "Bulgarian Chronicles" Vol.1 Plovdiv, Publisher "Trud", 2006, ISBN 954-528-610-5