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We are interviewing out authors about their experience of 2020. Did COVID19 pandemic, war and economic and political crisis impacted their life and work? We are now presenting to you the conversation with Harout Ghukassian, scriptwriter, who has authored more then 25 scripts for films and series which have been produced in Armenia, Eastern Europe and …
ARI Literary and Talent Agency is happy to announce that two women writers Anna Davtyan and Anush Kocharyan joined ARI writers’ list in March. This is our celebration of the month, which, in different countries, is celebrated differently: Women History Month, International Women’s Day (March 8), etc.  Whatever we name it, whether loved or neglected, …
Aram Pachyan’s essay “War, dead or alive” has been published in a Bulagrian respectable literary weekly “Вестник литературен”. The translator of the essay is Antoaneta Anguelova, who also translated Aram Pachyan’s novel Goodbye, Bird published by Paradox publishing house in 2019.  Follow the link to download the weekly and read the article in full. The essay has …
The presentation of Aram Avetis’ new novel When the Rats Could Read will take place at LOFT, on December 25, 19:00 p.m. During the presentation the author will tell about the story of creation and the moral of the book. And the guests of the presentation will have an opportunity to obtain their own copy …
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on google Share on email Share on pinterest ARI Literary and Talent Agency is happy to announce that Aram Pachyan’s novel Good Bye, Bird has been published in French by Edition Parenthèses under the title Au revoir, Piaf.  Translator is Anahit Avetissian. The translation support …
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on google Share on email Share on pinterest Aram Pachyan’s essay “War: Dead or Alive” and Narine Kroyan’s short story “One-Eyed Angel” got published in Bolivian Inmediaciones magazine. The Spanish translation was made by Alice Ter-Ghevondyan. Both stories tell about the atrocities of war, the irreparable and horrible trace …