Plamen Chetelyazov (b. 1982 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria) was awarded BA in Economics of the Social – Cultural Sphere by the University of National and World Economy in Sofia. In 2008 he acquired MA in Media Communications (Journalism, Advertisement and PR) at the University of Plovdiv. In 2005 he participated in the programs for cultural exchange between Bulgaria and the United States of America and spent the summer in Seaside Heights NJ. Plamen works as a curator & PR for the Regional History Museum – Plovdiv. Before joining the Museum he was a probationer at Darik radio, lifestyle journalist at Mylife magazine and an editor at Anonce newspaper. Some of his literary singles appeared in Egoist magazine, Kanape magazine and the Bulgarian edition of Glamour. His first prose called Imago is not published in its entirety. Plamen’s second novel called Paranoia was published in Bulgarian language by LiterNet in 2007. Both Imago and Paranoia can be downloaded for free on the authors smashwords profile. Rough English version of Paranoia is also available. In 2015 Neverland Publishing released Flaws of Oblivion - a collection of poetry, prose and photography that showcases the talents of five emerging writers from around the world including Plamen Chetelyazov.