Authors
  • Vahan Ishkhanyan
      1964, Yerevan. Worked in a number of printed and electronic newspapers, was editor and correspondent. Now he is running a blog on the site of  tert.am. Together with his adherents he has found ...
  • Violet Grigoryan
    Was born in Tehran before her family repatriated in Armenia in 1975. One of the founders of the literary journal Inknagir. The author of five  books of poems, Grigoryan has won the Writers’ Unio ...
  • Marc Nichanian
    Marc Nichanian is a philosopher and literary critic. He taught in the Middle East Depart­ment of Columbia University in New York from 1996 to 2007 and at the Haigazian Uni­versity in Beirut in the aca ...
  • James Russell
    Born in NYC in 1953, learnt Russian, travelled as a kid to the USSR & became interested in Armenia. Learned the language first from high school & parochial school teachers, then Columbia, Oxfo ...
  • Garun Aghajanyan
    was born in Yerevan. Graduating from Agricultural Academy, in 1984 he defended a thesis in the Botany Institute. He is a Candidate of Biological Science. He started to write at the age of 6. He is a m ...
  • Lusine Vayachyan
    (born Balasanyan), was born in 1968 in the City of Kapan, Armenia. She is a graduate of Yerevan Polytechnic Institute. After sojourn in Russia for 12 years, she is back to Kapan. Book:  “Balagoye” (Ye ...
  • Krikor Beledian
    Born in Beirut, Lebanon, in 1945. PHD of philosophy and Literature, Paris Sorbonne University. Professor of Armenian language and literature in INALCO, Paris. Poetry ։ Տեղագրութիւն քանդուող քաղաքի մը ...
  • Nancy Agabian
    Nancy Agabian is the author of Princess Freak, acollection of poems and performance texts, and theArmenian-American memoir Me as her again. She spent2006-07 in Yerevan; during that time she wrote(An)d ...
  • Karen Karslyan
    Born and raised in Yerevan, Armenia, Karen Karslyan, 36 years of age, is a recent transplant in Los Angeles, CA. He has received PhD in English literature from Yerevan State Linguistic University. His ...
  • David Kherdian
    David Kherdian is a poet, novelist and memorist. He was born in the USA,Racine, Wisconsin, in 1931. His work has been published in 13 languages around the world. He has published thirteen volumes in R ...
  • Anahit Bobikyan
    Translator, Interpreter was born in 1956 in Yerevan, Armenia; majored in Romance and Germanic Philology & Literature at the Yerevan State University (1973-1978). Her translation & interpret ...
  • Nanor Kebranian
    is Assistant Professor of Armenian Studies in Columbia University’s Department of Middle East and Asian Languages and Cultures.  She specializes in Western Armenian literature.  Her doctoral wor ...
  • Arman Grigoryan
    was born in 1960 in Yerevan.  He is a graduate from the Painting Department of Yerevan Art-Theatrical Institute. He was one of the ideologists and organizers of “the 3rd Floor” avante-garde team. Coop ...
  • Margarit Tadevosyan-Ordukhanyan
    Born n Yerevan, Armenia, Margarit Tadevosyan Ordukhanyan moved to the USA at the age of 18 to pursue her education and a career in the letters. Dr. Ordukhanyan received her PhD in English and Comparat ...
  • Dan Disney
      Dan Disney grew up in Gippsland, in south-eastern Australia. He has worked in paddocks, warehouses, psychiatric institutions, and universities, and divides his time between Melbourne, and ...
  • Carolyn Forche
    Carolyn Forché is a poet, and the editor of two best-selling poetry anthologies, Against Forgetting and Poetry of Witness: The Tradition in English: 1500-2001. Her poetry books include Gathering the T ...
  • Nora Nadjarian
    Nora Nadjarian is an award-winning Armenian Cypriot poet and short story writer. She has published three collections of poetry: The Voice at the Top of the Stairs (2001), Cleft in Twain (2003) and 25 ...