Nikolay Fenerski’s initial works were published in 1999 in the Bulgarian cities Veliko Tarnovo and Stara Zagora. Some of them have appeared in various newspapers – Monitor, Sega, Trud, Sedem, and magazines – Savremennik, FreeStyle, Sveta Gora, More, Lik.
Among Fenerski’s achievements are the award of Artforum Newspaper for one of his short stories (2000), the major award of Bourgas municipality (2009) and the second prize in the Yuzhna Prolet (Southеrn Spring) contest (2010) for his first published book – the short story collection entitled The Apocalypse is a Private Affair, as well as Rashko Sugarev Award (2010) for one of the stories in the same collection – The Woman Who Was Making Cakes.
Fenerski has worked as a scriptwriter and is now working as a translator from Slovak language. He is the author of the short documentary Rezervat Severozapad (The North-West Reserve), which won the audience award at Sofia Film Fest On the Beach in Bourgas. The writer is now working on his second book – a collection of short stories which can be defined as a “novel in stories” and is entitled Don’t Tell Your Mother.