Books & Art

‘Experiences’ by Rev. Dr. Vahan Tootikian

Rev. Dr. Vahan Tootikian, Pastor Emeritus of the Armenian Congregational Church of Greater Detroit (ACCGD), has a new book to his credit—his 39th, which deals with his many years of experience as a teacher and a man of the cloth. Rev. Dr. Vahan Tootikian The book is dedicated to the Armenian [more...]

June 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

Australian Novelist Creates an Armenian Private Eye

Why would an Australian author of Anglo-Scottish extraction create a fictional Armenian private eye? For novelist Stuart Campbell, former university Pro-Vice Chancellor and Professor of Linguistics, the answer is two-pronged. The cover of the Cairo Mon Amour Firstly, Campbell’s wife Sara is [more...]

June 5, 2017 // 2 Comments

Kricorian: Stories from the Armenian Quarter

  The following piece by New York-based novelist, essayist, and activist Nancy Kricorian will be published in the upcoming anthology This Is Not a Border: Reportage and Reflection from the Palestine Festival of Literature. A ceramics shop in the Armenian Quarter (Photo: JHistory) *** G tells [more...]

June 1, 2017 // 5 Comments

Poem: We Have Not Forgotten

  In 1944, Soviet Armenian writer Gevorg Abov wrote a poem entitled, “Menk Chenk Moratsel” («Մենք չենք մոռացել» – “We Have Not Forgotten”). In his poem, he criticized the Armenian Revolutionary Federation (ARF) and its entire membership for being traitors of the [more...]

May 31, 2017 // 2 Comments

Letter to Yerevan (Part I)

On the occasion of the 99th anniversary of the establishment of the First Republic of Armenia (1918-1920), the Armenian Weekly is pleased to announce that it will be periodically publishing the English translation of Andranik Tzarukian’s epic 1945 poem “Tught ar Yerevan” (“Letter to [more...]

May 28, 2017 // 15 Comments

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