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Aram Pachyan


ARI Agency produced T-shirts to support #ARIkardanq reading promotion programs by ARI Literature Foundation

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On 14th of September the annual award ceremony for professionals in different fields was organized at Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University. We are happy and proud that this year, Aram Pachyan was named the Man of the Year in Literature. And since Aram is currently in Germany for a residency program, his literary agent Arevik Ashkharoyan was accepting ...
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ARI Literary and Talent Agency, in cooperation with Edge Publishing House, has started a business initiative  to support the promotion of its writers and to donate to ARI Literature Foundation for the implementation of #ARIkardanq reading promotion programs. The T-shirts feature the Goodbye, Bird by Aram Pachyan, designed by William Karapetyan and Obsession by Sune Sevada ...
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We are happy to announce that Aram Pachyan’s novel Goodbye, Bird and short story collection Robinson have been republished by Edge Publishing House. Good Bye, Bird, is a captivating, deep and hyper emotional novel, which rises a huge wave of different feelings - from love to hatred, from will to strive to total disappointment in ...
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Wonderful news! An opera based on Aram Pachyna's novel Good Bye, Bird  will be presented to the audience in February 2020. For more information, please, follow the link  
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Armenia is a part of Leipzig Book Fair this year. The stand is at Hall 4, E302. Yօu are welcome to pick up profiles and reading samples of our highlighted titles, as well as get information on the Translation support program offered by the Ministry of Culture of Armenia. Our friends from the Ministry will welcome you and …

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Aram Pachyan, fiction writer, novelist and essayist Known for the novel Goodbye, Bird and short stories Robinson. What would you write in your own obituary? I won’t honor death so much. I hate death, I refuse it. What? If not a writer? I would follow the family traditions. Would become a doctor, as my father, a surgeon. I regret …

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