February’s just about over, but we still have one more visit from Featured Author Krassi Zourkova, who’s here to share her thoughts on endings. Specifically, book endings. Want to know more? Of course you do. Read on! [divider] To End or Not to End … (…that book of yours with a bang) Dear Drey, Thanks for[…]Read more
A natural born storyteller, Krassi Zourkova grew up in Bulgaria and came to the US in 1993, to study art history at Princeton. After college, she graduated from Harvard Law School and has been practicing finance law in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles where she currently lives. Her poems have appeared in various literary journals, and her essay, Book Collecting in the Absence of Books, about compiling a personal library under Communist censorship, won first prize in essay contests at Princeton and Harvard.
It’s that time of the month again, and Featured Author Krassi Zourkova is here to share her favorite reads with us. Check it out! [divider] Krassi’s Favorites My nightstand has a permanent fixture on it: a pile of books, tall and in danger of toppling over like the Tower of Pisa. I love reading several[…]Read more
It’s Wednesday! And I love the cover of Featured Author Krassi Zourkova’s Wildalone! Read on for an excerpt and a giveaway! [divider] Read an excerpt from WILDALONE: I headed back through the golf course, barely awake, lulled—even as I walked—by the air’s unexpected thickness. “Why are you trying to vanish so quickly?” The panic and[…]Read more
Well, January sure disappeared fast! But no worries, February brings a new Featured Author with it’s blustery winds. Krassi Zourkova is visiting us, yay! I won’t keep you waiting, let’s start! [divider] drey: Hi Krassi! Thank you for taking the time to visit drey’s library. Krassi: Thank you for inviting me to your wonderful book[…]Read more