26.04.2022 Hakob Asatryan

The Georgian writer Iva Pezuashvili has won the 2022 European Union Prize for Literature for his book A Garbage Chute. The jury also gave a special mention to Ukrainian writer Eugenia Kuznetsova for her book Ask Miyechka, as well as...

11.01.2022 admin

Armenian poet Razmik Davoyan died in Yerevan today at the age of 81. Razmik Davoyan, was born in 1940 in Mets Parni, Spitak, Armenia. At the age of nine he moved to Leninakan with...

June 14, 2022: Aurora’s Sunrise is a historical animated documentary film about the life of Aurora Mardiganian. At only 14 years old, in 1915, Aurora faced the horrors of the Armenian Genocide. Within a year, witnessing the deaths of everyone in her family, Aurora had lost everything, and was sold into...

Serge Momjian’s new book “Vardan” was published in London. The author, Serge Momjian, splendidly recaptures the horror of theChristian persecutions and martyrs of the past and the terrific spiritof Vardan, who, along with the Armenian people, defended theirprinciples during a turbulent period of their history. The book offersfresh and...

A book by Ukrainian author Serhiy Zhadan, ‘The Orphanage’, has been included on the list of three finalists of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Literature Prize 2022. The EBRD Literature Prize celebrates the very best in translated literature from the almost 40 countries where the Bank invests,...

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