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Armenia’s democratic willpower

on May 2, 2018

During the last several days Armenian citizens have stood for their constitutional rights in a series of peaceful protests. A previously soviet state, Armenia has gained independence in 1992, and was a presidential country since then. In a national referendum in 2017 Armenia has shifted into a parliamentary republic. The…


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Partnering Visegrad Literary Awards Project

on April 30, 2018

ARI Literature Foundation  has recently became the local partner of Visegrad Literary Awards Project.
The Visegrad Eastern Partnership Literary Awards project (VEaPLA) presents authors of poetry, fiction and non-fiction literary works from countries of the Eastern Partnership (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldavia and Ukraine) to readers from Central…


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Event list of the Lines and Spaces Reading Tour of the IWP in Armenia

on November 3, 2017

Lines and Spaces Reading Tour օf the International Writing Program, University of Iowa.
November 8-13, 2018
Yerevan, Armenia
 
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08 November, 2017
Event: Panel Discussion
Participants:  Natashia Deón, Cate Dicharry, Aram Pachyan, Armen of Armenia
Topic: A sense of Place
Description: Writers discuss the importance of setting in their work. Is their work ‘regional’ or ‘universal’? Landscape…


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Lines and Spaces Reading Tour in Armenia

on October 27, 2017

Five prominent American writers are visiting Armenia as part of the Lines and Spaces Reading Tour, conducted by the internationally-renowned University of Iowa’s International Writing Program.
The tour involves public readings, panel discussions, round table discussions with experts, and casual social events with local authors. The events aim to introduce contemporary American…