Khazar Magazine’s Next Issue Out Now
Highlights of the issue include:
The end of the novel ‘A Woman's Hand’ by Patrick White under the heading of “Nobel Lectures”;
verses by Tofik Abdi under the heading of “Azerbaijan Literature”;
verses by Dmitro Chistyak under the heading of “Poetry”;
translation from Torah under the heading of “Celestial Reincarnation”;
short stories by Kōbō Abe under the heading of “Short Stories”;
the short story ‘The Other Woman’ by Emmanuèle Bernheim under the heading of “French Prose”;
the novel “The Art of the Novel ” by Milan Kundera under the heading of “Cuisine of the Writers”;
short stories by Áron Tamási under the heading of “Hungarian Prose”;
the historical novel ‘Emir Timur’ (Tamerlane) by Harold Albert Lamb under the heading of “Memory”;
the essay ‘Ought Stories To Be True?’ by Jerome Klapka Jerome under the heading of “Writer’s Position”;
the essay ‘Literary Insights’ by Elchin under the heading of “Essay”;
‘Filmmaking and the Practice of Montage’ by Sergei Eisenstein under the heading of “Films“;
the novel ‘The Glory of Life’ by Michael Kumpfmüller under the heading of “Novels”;
the short story ‘Prince Rabbit’ by Alan Alexander Milne under the heading of “World Literature for Children”.
Kazakhstan Literature Hub Shares Mammad Araz
Adebiportal.kz, a frequently visited literature portal based in Kazakhstan, has posted verses by Mammad Araz, including My Inspiration and Like Fire, Like Water (in Russian translation).
Marquez’s Two-Volume Selected Works Out Now
The Azerbaijan State Translation Centre (AzSTC) is pleased to announce the release of Selected Works in two volumes, by Gabriel García Márquez, Colombian novelist and one of the greatest writers of the 20th century, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982. It is the next edition of a 150-volume series “Pearls of World Literature” in Azerbaijani translation, launched by AzSTC.
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.