Sabira Ståhlberg has recently been interviewed by Bulgarian TV and radio about her ancestors, who participated in the Russian-Ottoman war 1877-1878.
The most polyglot author of Finland, Sabira Ståhlberg, wrote a few years ago a multilingual poetry collection, which was presented at several book fairs.
After its German translation, also an English translation has been published.
Autorin Sabira Ståhlbergs mehrsprachige Dichtsammlung Polyglotta sabirica wurde von Gruppe Bie übersetzt. Jetzt ist die Übersetzung von Lecti Book Studio auch als E-Buch Polyglorica+ mit einigen weiteren Gedichten erschienen.
Eight new Easy Reads by Sabira Ståhlberg have been published in English. More information on Lecti Book Studio website and Bokpil.
The rich and manifold history of Bulgaria is presented for the first time in Finland in the exhibition at the Slavonic Library in 2018 during the the Bulgarian presidency of the Council of the European Union.
Author Sabira Ståhlberg’s multilingual poetry book Polyglotta sabirica has been translated into German by Gruppe Bie under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Johanna Domokos at Bielefeld University, Germany.
Autorin Sabira Ståhlbergs mehrsprachige Dichtsammlung Polyglotta sabirica wurde von Gruppe Bie unter Leitung von Prof. Dr. Johanna Domokos an der Universität Bielefeld übersetzt.
The image of Bulgaria in Finnish travel narratives – outdated or in need of an update? In the past two centuries, several travellers from Finland visited Bulgaria and wrote about their experiences.
When: Thursday 19 October 2017 at 18:00 Where: Veranda at Luckan, Georgsgatan, Helsingfors Welcome to an exciting writing workshop! Discover how you can express yourself in elegant finlandssvenska. Learn more about unwritten rules in Swedish-language communication. Together with author Sabira Ståhlberg we will write different…
Sabira Ståhlberg and Ingvar Svanberg discuss wildmen and other human-like creatures in Central Asia, from Mongolia to the Caucasus, in a new cryptozoological article.
In the journal Baltic Rim Economies (2/2017), published on 24 May 2017 by the Pan-European Institute, University of Turku, Finland, Ingvar Svanberg and Sabira Ståhlberg write about Tatars in the Baltic Sea region.
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: RECENTLY A FACEBOOK SITE HAS APPEARED, PRETENDING TO BE SABIRA STÅHLBERG’S. IT IS A FAKE PROFILE AND HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH SABIRA STÅHLBERG, WHO HAS NO FACEBOOK PROFILE AND DOES NOT INTEND TO CREATE ONE. FACEBOOK HAS BEEN CONTACTED BUT NO RESULTS…