Georgian-Based Website Shares a Short Story by Azerbaijani Author
As part of Azerbaijani Literature in a Virtual World, an Azerbaijan State Translation Centre project to promote national literature worldwide, Georgia’s proven online literary site arilimag.ge, launched in 2008, has posted Voice Coming off the Sea, a short story by People’s Writer Sabir Ahmadov (in Georgian translation).
Samples of pieces in Georgian translation by internationally renowned authors, such as Gustave Flaubert, Thomas Eliot, Albert Camus, Iosif Brodsky, Mario Vargas Llosa, Zbigniew Herbert, Magda Novakovski and Sylvia Plath, are available to be read online by broad masses.
The Georgian writer Malkhaz Kharbedia is chief editor of the site.
Fidel Coloma: “Establishing Literary Exchanges in Online Format Is One of the Most Important Challenges We Face”
The Azerbaijan State Translation Centre (AzSTC) received a visit from Fidel Coloma, Chargé d'affaires of the Republic of Chile to Azerbaijan.
Turkish Literature Portal Shares Nizami Ganjavi Poetry
dibace.net, a crowd-pleasing Turkish literary portal, has posted broad information about the announcement of 2021 as a “Year of Nizami Ganjavi” in Azerbaijan and the poet’s ghazal “Sensiz” (Without You) in the Turkish language.
Eyyub Abasov’s Novel Shared in a Virtual World
Frequently visited literature portals, such as dibace.net (Turkey), alanbatnews.ne, johinanews.com, nbnjo.com (Jordan), alharir.info (Algeria), mustaqila.com and ashurnews.com (Iraq) have posted excerpts from a two-volume historical novel ‘Zangezur’ by Eyyub Abasov, a notable Azerbaijani writer.