Nadya (Nadezhda) Radulova (b. 1975) graduated from the Faculty of Slavic Studies, Sofia University in 1999. In 2001 she acquired her M.Phil. degree from Central European University, Budapest, and The Open University. Her academic interests are in the fields of Comparative Literature, Gender Studies, and literary translation. Radulova also works as an editor of the monthly journal for gender, language and culture altera, and as a translator of poetry and fiction. She is the author of three books of poetry: Tongue-tied Name (1996), Albas (2000), and Cotton, Glass and Electricity (2004). Her works have been translated into English, Russian, Czech, and Turkish.