Aida Zilelian

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Saints Sahag and Mesrob Church will hold a cultural literary event “Past, Present and Future – Armenian Literature” with three innovate female writers – Victoria Atamian Waterman,[...]

One leaves Aida Zilelian’s All the Ways We Lied (Keylight Books, 2024) with the comfort of knowing that the Manoukian sisters, Kohar, Lucine and Azad, each unhappy in her own[...]

The International Armenian Literary Alliance (IALA), the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR), and the Krikor and Clara Zohrab Information Center will host Literary Lights 2024, their second[...]

By Aida Zilelian It seems impossible to memorialize the life of a prolific translator a decade after his passing. Especially if you knew him for much of your life. I[...]

Anti-heroine: 1-female protagonist not confined by the expectations put upon her. 2-someone who makes “unconventional life choices.” NEW YORK — Aida Zilelian’s characters often lull the reader into a false[...]