Khazar Magazine’s Next Issue Out Now
Highlights of the issue include:
the novel ‘Mister President’ by Miguel Ángel Asturias under the heading of “Nobel Lectures”;
the story ‘Moustached Karam’ by eyvaz Allazoglu under the heading of “Azerbaijan Literature”;
the verses by Juhan Viiding under the heading of “Poetry”;
translation from ‘Torah’ under the heading of “Celestial Reincarnation”;
the stories by Leo Tolstoy under the heading “Stories”;
the verses by Seamus Justin Heaney under the heading of “Ireland poems”;
the novel ‘The Glory of Life’ by Michael Kumpfmüller under the heading of “Novels”;
‘Strasberg's Method’ by Lola Cohen under the heading of “Theatre”;
‘About Myself, My Friends and Films’ by Mikhail Romm under the heading of “Films”;
the play ‘With the Flow’ by Franz Theodor Csokor under the heading of “Stage”;
the ‘English Short Stories’ under the heading of “World Library of Children's Literature”, and others.
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;
Press Kiosk – Hazi Aslanov metro station, 41 Khudu Mammadov Street, and on other newsstands at metro stations.
Azerbaijan Remembers January 20 - the Day of Nationwide Sorrow and Pride
32 years have passed since the tragedy of January 20, also called Black January, remaining forever engraved in the memory of all Azerbaijanis as a disaster that became a symbol of national unity.
Deadline for Submission of Literary Works to the “BAY LEAF” Contest Prolonged
The deadline for submission of translated works has been prolonged until July 31, 2022, considering the numerous applications of those willing to participate in the “BAY LEAF” (“Dəf(i)nə yarpağı”) Literary Contest.
Turkish Literature Portals Share Nizami Ganjavi’s Poetry
“murekkephaber.com”, “dibace.net” and “erikagacioyku.com”, Turkey-based literature portals, have posted in the Turkish language detailed information on the great Azerbaijani poet Nizami Ganjavi’s creative activity along with his ghazal