Enjoys translating beautiful
pieces of prose into Armenian.
Ashot lives in Karabakh—a
country which not long ago went through a bloody war for independence.
No wonder that the traces of the war can be found in his stories
Stories and memories
from his childhood so full of Yerevan of 1940s...
Love, sadness, warmth and... love, love, love. Her
poetry is equally excellent in English, in Armenian, in Russian.
Armen retolds the old legend
of Hayk and Bel.
If one could photograph both what she sees and what she thinks
with a Polaroid camera, and then put all that pictures together
in some chaotic pattern then that would be what Zhanna's
fiction look like.
Jasmine is slightly crazy, in endless
search for herself and her elusive soul mate.
Serge Savostianov in one sentence: A self-proclaimed Count and
an excellent Graphic Designer, who writes bizarre
yet beautiful poems.
Vega$. Despite the dollar sign in her pen name, she is a very unselfish
person. Isa’s first attempts at writing are fair and unpretentious.
Read her works in
English and in
a. k. a. Vitalina Romashkova. Her poetry and fiction is an intelligently
mixed cocktail of emotions, fire and philosophy. More
about Victoria. Victoria's works
(in Russian only).
What will happen if a person who believes he's a Turk suddenly
find out he's an Armenian. In her novel "Return to oneself"
Susanna tries to find the answer. More
about Susanna. Read
the novel (in Russian only)
Pen Name: Forever Child. He is incredibly kind and suicidal. Barseghyan
writes poems, short stories, and fairy tales. He also creates music,
sings, takes great photos and even shoots movies. Coming soon.