Football Few things— Only a few things Bring us closer together, unite us As much the ball that runs from foot to foot, Or the 11 pairs of feet That chase that ball. And now […]
Special to the Armenian Weekly By Aris Janigian In 2011, writer and director Christopher Atamian’s pristine translation of Nigoghos Sarafian’s The Bois de Vincennes was issued, followed just last year by his monumental translation of Krikor […]
The Verbs of Genocide Categorized Stereotyped Stigmatised Marginalized Disenfranchised Deprived Victimized Robbed Ghettoised Deported Stripped Raped Tortured Murdered Mutilated Dismembered Discarded Denied Forgotten?
Translated by Diana Der-Hovanessian Misak Medzarents was born in Akn in 1888 and died of tuberculosis at 22. He and Vahan Derian are the two most musical poets in Armenian literature and are, therefore, the […]
ETERNAL LOVE Love was eternal— An Eternity of mere months… And now, memories frolicking A few fortnights in the backyard of dreams, Dreams limping along behind the pause, Come ever closer in single file To […]