Topic: Literature

There are a number of valuable Armenian properties around the world which have played a historic role in preserving Armenian heritage. But with the change in the demographic profile in the countries where those properties are located, the[...]

By Haykaram Nahapetyan Mirror-Spectator Video Correspondent YEREVAN – In the Soviet era, it was the government that subsidized book publication. Armenian authors, after getting the necessary approvals from various state-controlled[...]

WATERTOWN – The Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) Boston Chapter and the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) New England District presented a literary evening on May 15 with California novelist Aris Janigian and Susan Barba, poet[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — On Sunday, December 9 at 7 p.m., Zoravik (“in solidarity”), a Boston-based Armenian activist collective that promotes new avenues for political and grassroots organizing and project-based engagement for[...]

ARLINGTON, Mass. — On the afternoon of November 4, the award-winning late poet Diana Der Hovanessian was feted at the Armenian Cultural Foundation (ACF) by an enthusiastic audience of about 150 people in the manner that she would have[...]

By Sylva Asryan YEREVAN — This year the Vahan Tekeyan Awards ceremony of the Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA), supported by the Shake Tekeyan-Ghazarian Fund of the TCA of the United States and Canada, took place on May 17 at the[...]

YEREVAN — This year the literary circles of Armenia celebrate the 80th anniversary of famous Armenia poet and translator Yuri Sahakyan. Yerevan-based Sahakyan was born in 1937 in the village of Chaylu in the Mardakert district of Nagorno[...]