Flying Minds

Flying Minds

by Radi Radev
Flying Minds

Flying Minds

by Radi Radev



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A collection of fictional short stories designed to encourage creative thoughts and alternative thinking. Radi Radev has a futuristic style of writing and puts imagination into these stories.

�Here you will find brave experiments in all areas supported by author�s superb style. Even more� The author let himself play a tricky game walking on the edge� There is a man in our folklore, which, in his fear, starts running in all possible directions simultaneously. The book of Radi Radev is a strong argument that a simultaneous movement in all directions is not only possible and interesting in the fantasy literature but is also a good promise for his following books.�
Nikola Kesarovski (1944-2007)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015111910
Publisher: TexaRom LLC
Publication date: 09/03/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Radi Todorov Radev is a writer, journalist and a popularizer of science fiction. He has published more than 70 stories and articles in the following newspapers:
"Capital", "Money," "Uchitelsko Delo ", "Literary Forum", "Muscle and Fitness", and also in the magazines �Eight�, "Zone F", "Locus" / USA / and "PC Magazine Bulgaria".
Two editions of his short story collection "A man without magic" were printed and their issues were completely sold out.
The most famous of his works are:
"Confession" - short story awarded in 1998 by the magazine "Zona F", awarded by the Better Karma Writing Contest, also published in the collection "Caress of the Darkness" (Ed. "Argus").
"The Seance" - short story awarded in 1999 by the magazine "Zona F". "Caring daughter" - a story published in 2000 in the U.S. online magazine "Nuketown."
"Strategy in abstract time" - third prize in the competition for a fantastic story of the magazine "PC Magazine Bulgaria" 2001
"Hunger" - a story published in 2001 in �Literary Forum� newspaper. "Stones" - a story published in the anthology "Point of Arrival" (Quasar Publishing House, 2002)
"Science fiction clubs in Bulgaria" - article published in May 2003 in the American magazine "Locus".
"Bulgarian Sci-Fi News" - an article published in August 2003 in the American magazine "Locus"
"Rancor Shop" - short story won second prize in a national student competition "Shumen 2004".
Radi Radev is the coordinating agent for Bulgaria for WorldCon 2005, held in Glasgow, Scotland.
In November 2007 the short story "Wet Weather" got a special prize for the author from Kardjali, after his participation in the national competition to write a sci-fi story in the name of Nikola Kesarovski.
The story "Piano" was awarded at the First National Contest "FANTASTIC ART - BURGAS'2008."
"Stones" - short story published in June 2012 in the Ukrainian magazine "UFO - Ukrainian Fantastic Observer".
Radi Radev is the creator of the Facebook group Science Fiction Bulgaria.
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