Victoria Agajanova

Victoria Agajanova

a.k.a. Vitalina Romashkova

I was born in 1981 in the nice city of Baku, Azerbaijan. I grew up there and went to primary school. Then, because of the political situation [the first wave of Armenian pogroms in Baku. K. V.] our family had to leave Baku in November, 1988. We moved to Yerevan, Armenia, where we lived the next 6 years and where I learned Armenian. A few years later my parents were offered good positions in Samara, Russia, so we moved to a new city once again. Since then we've been living there though I visit Armenia often.

Poetry, fiction and essays by Victoria (in Russian).


All poetry and fiction © by Victoria Agajanian.
Published by the permission of the author. No copying or redistribution allowed without the written permission of the author.

Biography translated by: Karen Vrtanesyan

See also:

Vostochka Personal webpage of Vitalina Romashkova.
Victoria's permanent page at Russian Samizdat e-zine.

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