Nikola Kesarovski (Bulgarian: Никола Кесаровски) (c. 1935 – 29 August 2007) was a Bulgarian science-fiction writer. His most famous book is The Fifth Law of Robotics, published in 1983, the title being a reference to Isaac Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics and the fifth law being that a robot must know that it is a robot. He was also organizer and kind host of the annual Bulgarian science-fiction festival "The 2002 Bulgacon", which took place in Kardzhali. The festival was attended by over 900 participants.

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  • Nikola Kesarovski (Bulgarian: Никола Кесаровски) (c. 1935 – 29 August 2007) was a Bulgarian science-fiction writer. His most famous book is The Fifth Law of Robotics, published in 1983, the title being a reference to Isaac Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics and the fifth law being that a robot must know that it is a robot. The science- fiction fan club "Fantastica" was founded in 1997 in the town of Kardzhali, in the south of Bulgaria by him. The club has a page in Nov Jivot (New Life) - the official newspaper of Kardzhali - and up to late 2003, it had published over 60 issues. He also edited the magazine Kosmos. He was also organizer and kind host of the annual Bulgarian science-fiction festival "The 2002 Bulgacon", which took place in Kardzhali. The festival was attended by over 900 participants. Kesarovski committed suicide in 2007 by jumping from a seventh-storey window of a hospital in Kardzhali. (en)
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  • Nikola Kesarovski (Bulgarian: Никола Кесаровски) (c. 1935 – 29 August 2007) was a Bulgarian science-fiction writer. His most famous book is The Fifth Law of Robotics, published in 1983, the title being a reference to Isaac Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics and the fifth law being that a robot must know that it is a robot. He was also organizer and kind host of the annual Bulgarian science-fiction festival "The 2002 Bulgacon", which took place in Kardzhali. The festival was attended by over 900 participants. (en)
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