Chile Literary Magazine Shares Verses by Azerbaijani Poets

Chile Literary Magazine Shares Verses by Azerbaijani Poets

  Chile’s reputable literary magazine “Aerea” Revista Hispanoamericana de Poesía has posted verses, such as “How come you have grown so old so soon?” by Samad Vurgun, “I Wish It Was That Garden Again” by Mikayil Mushfig and “Farewell, Mountains” by Mammad Araz, as part of the AzSTC project “Azerbaijan Literature in a Virtual World”.The page also provides detailed information on the author.

   Launched in 2001, “Aerea” has a wider reading audience in Spain and Colombia and is used as a training material at universities in the USA and other countries.

   The magazine that shared the verses in Azerbaijani and Spanish, continually updated, regularly publishes samples of pieces by internationally renowned poets, such as Monica Velazquez GuzmanCarlos Aquasacon, Leonel AlvaradoLuis Benitez and Victor Coral.

   The editor-in-chief of the magazine is the famous Argentine poet Daniel Calabrese.

 

http://www.aepoesia.com/p/inicio.html

 

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