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Literary Magazine Granish Now Available

Literary Magazine Granish Now Available

By GAYANE OGANESYAN The “Granish” literary magazine debuted on March 26. The magazine’s origin goes back to the electronic literary club of the same name created by Karen Antashyan. The magazine was issued thanks to the “Antares” publishing house’s financial support, as well as the creative work executed by the editorial team consisting of the...
Granish: Spreading Armenian literary word

Granish: Spreading Armenian literary word

Armenian literature enthusiasts on Wednesday unveiled an upgraded version of their literary website that appears popular among reading aficionados and authors. During the two years of operating the website, Granish, featuring the works by modern Armenian writers, has succeeded in finding its own reader on the worldwide web.
Best Armenian prose writer of our days announced

Best Armenian prose writer of our days announced

The results of the Prose 2011 short-stories contest were summed up. The results of the Prose 2011 short stories competition and the handing of awards were held at the State Theater of Song of Armenia yesterday ahead of the declaration of Yerevan as the 2012 World Book Capital and the events dedicated to the 500th...
What 2010 Gave to Armenian Literature

What 2010 Gave to Armenian Literature

The following is a translation we made of a text that originally appeared in the Asbarez daily (January 6, 2011, p. 11) by Karen Antashian, a writer and founder of the “Granish”(Letter) literary club, . We have produced the text below to better inform you about the state of Armenian-language literary scene in Armenia today....