What makes readers keep reading? Is it action, romance, humor, all of
those, or none of them?
SF author Daniel M. Bensen and Kalin Nenov, editor at the Human
Library, will talk about what makes books fun, why fun is important,
and what else is there to keep us hooked.
WHERE: Seminar Center, 154 G.S. Rakovski St.
WHEN: Friday the 26th of April, 17:00-18:00
WHAT to bring: Your ideas of an enjoyable read 😉
CONTACT: Daniel M. Bensen, bensen.daniel -at- gmail.com – BEFORE
Wednesday the 24th of April
Daniel M. Bensen was born in Chicago and has lived in Maine,
California, Montana, Japan, Boston, and now Sofia, where he teaches
English as a second language.
His work has been published on 365 Tomorrows and in the Prehistoric
Times, and he has attended an Odyssey workshop. He is represented by
Jennie Goloboy at Red Sofa Literary Agency.
More information about Dan’s work and his first novel are available on
his website, http://www.kingdomsofevil.com/
Kalin M. Nenov is a translator, editor and literary agent. Meet him on
his personal blog: http://kal.zavinagi.org/, or at the Human Library: