I was very impressed by your translation of Dimcho Debeljanov\'s poems. Have you also translated \"Az iskam da te pomnja vse taka...
04 June 2016
by: Julia Zinsmeister
It was wonderful to read this Chris, witty and very funny. I relate personally to so much and live in Bulgaria.I am a songwriter, Brittunculi.co.uk, and congratulate Anna on her first novel. very well done!I wish you both every success.
20 February 2016
by: Jonathan Taylor
Hi Chris, great to see you in town today. Love the website...ordering a copy of The Devil\'s Notebook. Have a great Christmas and new year.
22 December 2015
by: Ken Holmes
Well organized. Easy to navigate. Contains a wealth of information in a succinct format. Of course, I am most impressed with the fact that I actually have met this author; he is an amazing person.
21 December 2015
by: Carol Clower
I am delighted to see Debeljanov translated in English!
14 July 2015
by: Vasil Pirgozliev
Hello, do you know where can I find the translation of Yordan Yovkov`s work \"Seraphim\"? By the way,wonderful translation of our bulgarian writer`s Albena text..congratulations!
09 January 2015
by: Desi K
Харесвам преводите ти както и стила ти. Имаш ли превод на П. Яворов \"Вълшебница\" :
Душата ми е пленница смирена,
плени я твоята душа! — пленена,
душата ми е в тихи две очи,
Душата ми те моли и заклина:
тя моли; — аз те гледам; — век измина…
Душата ти вълшебница мълчи.
Душата ми се мъчи в глад и жажда,
но твоята душа се не обажда,
душата ти, дете и божество…
Мълчание в очите ти царува:
душата ти се може би срамува
за своето вълшебно тържество.
22 October 2014
by: Alice Shopova
Just happened across your page \'Everyday life in communist Bulgaria\', whilst doing a bit of research as regards Valna. Enjoyed the read very much, puts ordinary life into perspective.
Here\'s power to your pen!
15 April 2014
by: Chris Devismes
Yordan Yovkov is among the very best masters of Bulgarian literature and \"Albena\" is my personal favourite.
23 February 2014
by: S. Panova
I\'ve always wished to find an Englishman who translates Bulgarian authors! I am so happy that such people exist! Thank you and congratulations on your ptrofessionalism. My mom is a Bulgarian literature teacher but she speaks no English at all. However,she was fascinated by your work.
I hope you do continue!
15 November 2013
by: Dr.Evgeni Kavrakov
Hello, Fellow Translator. I chanced on your page looking for the \"correct\" English transliteration of the name of the Bulgarian poet Kiril Christov (that\'s how you have him), for a text on the First World War. Thank you!
Teresa, Kraków, Poland
08 July 2013
by: Teresa Bałuk-Ulewiczowa
I read your post and wished I\'d wirettn it
06 June 2013
It\'s a real plaersue to find someone who can think like that
06 June 2013
This does look promising. I\'ll keep conmig back for more.
05 June 2013
Very, very intriguing. Bourgas, a? We live in Ahtopol - a family of an English translator and writer and an English husband. Perhaps we think of some presentation of your work to the Ahtopol society this summer?
14 April 2013
by: Dora Veleva
I was looking for help with translating Nedyalko Yordanov's Усмихни се, Любов poem in English and came across your website, I must say your work is fantastic! I am getting married next week and have included the above poem in our Order of Service, and was hoping that by getting it translated our non- Bulgarian speaking guests will have an idea of what’s being read. Unfortunately I only came across your site today, and I have to complete all texts for the Orders of Service by Thursday, I realise this is not nearly enough time but thought I should at least enquire.
Please could you let me know if this is at all possible We are based in the UK.
Many thanks in advance
09 April 2013
A good site and an impressive volume of work, Mr Buxton.
Looking forward to the next book.
12 January 2013
by: Michael Jones
Glad to hear about you, Mr. Buxton. Are you by chance related to the Buxton Brothers of the eponymous neighbourhood in Sofia?
Hi, I'm not sure. The name is not that common and quite localised in East Anglia where my great grandfather was a publican, but the links are quite distant. The name is useful when Bulgarians want to know how to spell it. I say "kato kvartala v London"
09 March 2012
by: Vladimir Dvotetzki
Драги г-н Бъкстон, прочел съм всички ваши книги, издадени в България и нямам търпение да прочета следващата. Дано да е свързана пак с българскта история - близка или далечна. Желая ви успешна пролет!
06 March 2012
by: Георги Вълчев
Hello, my name is Vincent and I'm trying to find a Chris Buxton my mother used to know who lived in Berkeley, CA. Don't know if its you or not and was wondering if you could tell me. Don't worry its nothing bad or criptic a simple yes or no will do. I never met the man my mother knew. The Chris I'm looking for was born in 1951 or 1952. Thanks. By the way great website.
22 January 2012
by: Do I have the right Chris Buxton
"Radolava and the Viking prince" is a great book, with remarkable scenes and strong characters. I was amazed by the author's knowledge of the period and the interesting way in which he has interwoven the historic events with characters to remember.. Ancient Constantinople is described so skilfully that you acquire the feeling that you have already been there."
11 January 2012
by: Stefka Tzaneva
Г-н Бъкстон, поздравленеия за новия сайт! Току-що свърших "Радослава" - искам да Ви благодаря за изживяването! С нетърпение очаквам следващата Ви книга!
14 January 2012
by: Елена Стоянова
Congratulations for the new website.
12 January 2012
by: Tsvetan Tsvetkov