Salam Sarvan's book discussed on Ukrainian Radio

Salam Sarvan's book discussed on Ukrainian Radio

 

The program ‘Kultura’ of the Ukrainian radio was devoted to the discussion of a book of poetry The World Is So Shallow to Drown in It by Azerbaijan’s poet Salam Sarvan recently published in Kiev. Lyudmila Lyakhevich, the “Kultura” radiobroadcaster, Marina Qoncharuk, Project Executive Secretary in Ukraine and Lesya Mudrak, Ukraine’s popular poet and translator along with the discussion of the book of poetry, exchanged viewpoints on ongoing literary processes in Ukraine and Azerbaijan, the development of Ukrainian-Azerbaijani literary relations, the Azerbaijan State Translation Centre’s contribution to the promotion of Azerbaijani literature worldwide and world literature in Azerbaijan. At the end of the literary program, Lesya Mudrak, the translator of the book into Ukrainian, recited several verses from the book.

Link: http://www.nrcu.gov.ua/

 

AND OTHER...

  • Spanish-Language Literature Hub Shares Azerbaijan Poetry Spanish-Language Literature Hub Shares Azerbaijan Poetry

    Marruecos.ma, a crowd-pleasing Spanish-language literary portal based in Morocco, has posted in Spanish translation the poems - Farewell by Adil Mirseyid and Face to Face with the Hangman by Hamid Herischi. The page also provides information on the authors.

  • Russia, Turkey Literary Portals Share Verses by Ramiz Rovshan Russia, Turkey Literary Portals Share Verses by Ramiz Rovshan

    Libstation and Litprichal, crowd-pleasing literary portals in Russia, have posted in Russian the poems - I Have no Hope for Anyone and Is There Something Bigger than God? by the People’s Poet of Azerbaijan Ramiz Rovshan. Besides,

  • Ukraine Media Shares Nizami Ganjavi’s Epic Love Ukraine Media Shares Nizami Ganjavi’s Epic Love

     Leading Ukrainian media - the official press of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine 'Golos Ukrainu', 'Business Review', 'Ukrainskiy interes', 'Den' newspapers, 'Kyiv Diplomatic' and official portals of the National Museum of Literature of Ukraine posted extensive information about the launch of Leyli and Majnun, an epic love poem by Azerbaijan’s greatest poet Nizami Ganjavi.