In the frames of Calouste Gulbenkian Translation Series Project selected works by 20th century philosophers will be translated into Armenian and published by local publishers.  The works to be published by the end of 2021 are Quel che resta di Auschwitz. L’archivio e il testimone (Homo sacer III) by Giorgio Agamben, The Origins of Totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt, Le Sièc le by Alain Badiou, Contingency, Hegemony, Universality: Contemporary Dialogues on the Left by Judith Butler, Ernesto Laclau and Slavoj Zizek, L’archéologie du savoir by Michel Foucault, L’archéologie du savoir by Michel Foucault,Quaderni del carcere (selezioni) by Antonio Gramsci, Strukturwandel der Öffentlichkeit by Jürgen Habermas, Instructions Païennes; and La condition postmoderne by Jean-Francois Lyotard, Orientalism by Edward Said.

Zabel International Women Writers’ Forum creates a platform for women writers from all over the world to tell their stories about the challenges they face on the way towards success and recognition, their stories of failure and disappointment, and inability to resist the urge of writing and finally the challenges of our times. website will feature the program of the forum consisting of speeches, master classes, interviews, panel discussions and other events.

The Armenian Association of Literary Translators has brought together literary translators from Armenia and all over the world who translate from and into Armenian.



Write in Armenia International Writing Camp creates opportunity for young writers to get together in an extensive creative writing program to learn from each other and about each other. The program of the camp is developed in cooperation with the International Writing Program of the University of Iowa and is based on their model of Between the Lines program. Write in Armenia camp consists of lectures on literature and other creative disciplines, writing sessions, sessions on photo, video and onstage performances, play-writing, slam poetry,  readings, group discussions, cultural tours, and a lot of fun.

The ‘Let’s Read!’ Club («ԱՐԻ կարդանք» ակումբ) is a reading promotion initiative aimed at cultivating reading habits from an early age, making reading an attractive tool for gaining knowledge, and at the same time a pastime competitive with other entertainment options of the digital era.  The ‘Let’s Read’ Club activities will be targeted at strengthening reading, creative writing, critical thinking and public speaking skills of the elementary and middle school students, will host guests and visits to bookstores, libraries, museums and theaters

ARI Literature Foundation with support of Hyestart supported the reestablishment of PEN Armenia Center.


Projects Archive

2018-2020 Each Kindess by Jacqueline Woodson and anti-bulling project

2017 Lines and Spaces Reading Tour of the International Writers Project of the University of Iowa

2018 Visegrad Eastern Partnership Award project