Topic: Books

By Artsvi Bakhchinyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator YEREVAN/VERMONT — Vera Nazarian is a two-time Nebula Award Finalist, a Dragon Award 2018 Finalist, and a member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. She was born in[...]

By Rita Mahdessian The publication of Silent Angel is Providential. It was meant to be released in April, the Genocide month. COVID-19 delayed its release. But this delay was Providential. Silent Angel speaks more meaningfully in today’s[...]

By Dennis Waszak Jr. NEW YORK (AP) — Brad Balukjian tore open a pack of 1986 Topps baseball cards, chewed the stale, brittle bubblegum and then planned a road trip most sports fans could only dream about. The college biology professor[...]

By Stephen Kurkjian BOSTON — Rouben Shougarian, who in 1993 became newly independent Armenia’s first ambassador to the United States and spent his career as a diplomat, academic, writer, advocate for democratic values and champion of[...]

LONDON (The Guardian) — The Guardian newspaper has listed Russia-based Armenian writer Narine Abgaryan among Europe’s most exciting authors. Below is her story. A Russian writer of Armenian origin, Narine Abgaryan is already renowned[...]

BOSTON — The Armenian International Women’s Association (AIWA) announces the release of its latest book, Srpuhi Dussap’s pioneering Armenian feminist novel Mayda: Echoes of Protest. Published in 1883 in Istanbul, in the midst of an[...]

FRESNO — Prof. Barlow Der Mugrdechian, Berberian Coordinator of the Armenian Studies Program, announced that the English translation of Bedros Keljik’s Armenian-American Sketches has been published by the Armenian Series of The Press,[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — Prof. Peter Balakian and Aram Arkun, in their latest collaboration, the translation of a manuscript by Bishop Krikor Balakian, The Ruins of Ani: A Journey to Armenia’s Medieval Capital and Its Legacy, are using[...]

NEW YORK — Dr. David E. Gutman, associate professor of history at Manhattanville College, will present his recently published book, The Politics of Armenian Migration to North America, 1885-1915 (Edinburgh Univ. Press), at Columbia[...]

The Ruins of Ani: A journey to Armenia’s Medieval Capital and its Legacy By Krikor Balakian, Translated and edited by Peter Balakian with Aram Arkun By Mardean Isaac In June 1909, Krikor Balakian, a young Armenian priest, undertook a[...]