Farman Karimzade’s Short Story Appears in Iraq
As part of Azerbaijani Literature in a Virtual World, an Azerbaijan State Translation Centre project to promote national literature worldwide, Al-Noor, the proven portal under the Iraqi Foundation for Culture and Media has posted Heart Must Burn, a short story by Farman Karimzade, a notable Azerbaijani writer (in Arabic translation). The reputable hub also highlights detailed information on the author.
Al-Noor regularly posts samples of pieces from internationally renowned authors, such as Nazim Hikmet, Ana Maria Matute and Naguib Mahfouz, to name a few. The literary portal publishes Farman Karimzade’s work for the first time.
Ahmad Sami Elaydi is the translator of the story.
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
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,
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