А Path for Beyond

  • Agop Melkonyan
  • Author:  Agop Melkonyan
  • Year: 11-02-2019
  • Availability:  In Stock
  • Product Code:  2269-01
  • SKU: 16.0222
  • ISBN: 978-619-01-0391-2
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This volume of selected works by the great Bulgarian writer, translator and enlightener, Agop Melkonian (1949-2006), including the novel "Death in the Shell" and 23 short stories and novels.

As a writer, Agop Melkonian is one of the most popular authors of Bulgarian literature. Author of dozens of books – novels and collections of fantasy short stories – and a large number of plays (three of which are featured on stage) and film scripts. His works have been translated into nine languages.

As translator, Agop Melkonian had collaborated with George Bakalov Publishing House for the selection of the Galaxy Library series. He had translated works by the Strugatsky brothers, Kyril Bulichov, Ruslan Sagabalyan, Fredric Brown, Edgar Allan Poe, and others.

Agop Melkonian was publisher of “Omega”, the science fiction journal and editor of the monthly magazine “Wolverack”, later renamed “Zona “.

Agop Melkonian was the winner of the first Grafton Fiction Award in 1991.

About the Author

Agop Melkonyan

Agop Melkonyan

Agop Melkonyan (1949–2006) was a Bulgarian writer of Armenian descent. He is best known as an author of science fiction short stories and novels. He was also a translator, journalist, editor and schol... Read more

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Tags: Bulgarian Authors,Science Fiction,Short Stories

Specification
Year 11-02-2019
Pages 400
Size 165/235 мм
Weight 0.47 kg
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Bulgarian Authors, Science Fiction, Short Stories

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