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ARAM PACHYAN’S ESSAY WAR. DEAD OR ALIVE PUBLISHED IN THE ARMENIAN MIRROR SPECTATOR Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on google Share on email Share on pinterest War. Dead or Alive by Aram Pachyan is published at The Armenian Mirror-Spectator. “Nobody comes back from war. The soldiers who fall on the …
PRESENTATION OF ARAM PACHYAN’S NEW NOVEL P/F Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on google Share on email Share on pinterest The presentation of Aram Pachyan’s new novel P/F took place on September 26th at “Mirzoyan” library.  The title was published by Edge Publishing house. During the event composer and pianist …
AREVIK ASHKHAROYAN’S INTERVIEW AT BOOKBRUNCH “PublisHers” SERIES Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on google Share on pinterest Share on email The director of ARI Literary and Talent Agency, Arevik Ashkharoyan was interviewed by Emma House for her PublisHers series, published in Bookbrunch, before a largescale war broke in the region. …
MY INCREDIBLE JOURNEY WITH IAN GILLAN AND TONY IOMMI BY ARA TADEVOSYAN PUBLISHED BY NEWMAG Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on google Share on pinterest Share on email “My Incredible Journey with Ian Gillan and Tony Iommi” by Ara Tadevosyan has been published by Newmag publishing house. The title of …
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 short story collection Robinson has been published in English by Glagoslav Publications, Great Britain. Now these wonderful stories covering different but at the same time interrelated topics about war …
During the EVN Report Armenian language podcast Roubina Margossian had a talk with Arevik Ashkharoyan, the founder and director of ARI Literary and Talent Agency and ARI Literature Foundation about modern Armenian literature, writer-agent relations and the necessity to represent Armenian writers abroad and the need of readers’ community in Armenia. You can listen to …