Khazar Magazine’s Next Issue Out Now
Highlights of the issue include:
the verses by Louise Glück (USA) under the heading of “Nobel Lectures”;
the verses by Akif Samad (Azerbaijan) under the heading of “Azerbaijan Literature”;
the short stories by Hans Christian Branner (Denmark), Kjell Askildsen (Norway) and
Melker Bent-Inge Garay (Sweden) under the heading of “Scandinavian Prose”;
translation from ‘Torah’ under the heading of “Celestial Reincarnation”;
El Señor Presidente (Mister President) by Miguel Ángel Asturias (Spain) under the heading of “Literary Giants”;
the verses by Andrej Hočevar, Veronika Dintinjana and Katarina Gomboc (Slovenia) under the heading of “Contemporary Slovenian Poetry”;
short stories by Mircea Eliade (Romania) under the heading of “Stories”;
the novel “Mehmed II, Le Conquerant De Byzance (Mehmed II, the Conqueror of Byzantium) by André Clot (France) under the heading of “Memory”;
the novel “The Glory of Life” by Michael Kumpfmüller (Germany) under the heading of “Novels”;
The Method Acting Exercises Handbook: The Lee Strasberg Notes by Lola Cohen under the heading of “Theatre”.
For Khazar readers: copies of the edition are available on the stands below:
Kiosk Press – Elmler Akademiyası metro station, 19 Huseyn Javid Avenue;
Kiosk Press– Nariman Narimanov metro station, 122 Agha Neymatulla Street;
Kiosk Press – Ichheri Sheher metro station, Istiglaliyyat Street;
Kiosk Press – Koroghlu metro station;
Kiosk Press – Nizami metro station, Alibey Huseynzade Street;
Kiosk Press – Hazi Aslanov metro station, 41 Khudu Mammadov Street, and on other newsstands at metro stations.
Leyli and Majnun Showcased at Dnipro International Book Space Festival
A Launch ceremony to promote Leyli and Majnun, an epic love poem by Nizami Ganjavi, published in Ukraine this year was held at the IV Dnipro International Book Space Festival.
Leyli and Majnun Showcased at International Book Festival
A Launch ceremony to promote Leyli and Majnun, an epic love poem by Nizami Ganjavi, published in Ukrainian this year to commemorate and celebrate Azerbaijan’s greatest poet for 800 years was held at the Kyiv Book Art Fest.
Georgian Literature Portal Shares Nizami Ganjavi Poetry
İverioni, a crowd-pleasing Georgian literary portal, has posted information about the book Leyli and Majnun and the foreword to the book, published in the Georgian language in Tbilisi due to the announcement of 2021 as a “Year of Nizami Ganjavi” in Azerbaijan.