In his new collection of stories, the author discovers his characters among the senior church clergy and senior politicians. The stories are populated with romanticians and obscurants, spies and modern feudal lords, early-grown children and fragile love couples. These are stories about dangerous relationships, modern sins and feats of the body and spirit, about the desperate impoverished figures of the modern city.
Honest, political, originally combining elements of thriller and neo-gothic style, Georgi Tenev's prose brings us to a surrealistic mirror that reflects the Bulgarian crises of recent years.
The "The Writer's Woman" satiates the hunger for strong, uncompromising literature. But it also seeks salvation for the ordinary, indecisive man.