Mikayil Mushfig and Ali Karim in Spanish Electronic Literature Magazine

Mikayil Mushfig and Ali Karim in Spanish Electronic Literature Magazine

“Babab.Cultura de revista”, a popular Spain-based electronic literature magazine, has posted poems by Mikayil Mushfig and Ali Karim, notable Azerbaijani poets, as part of the AzSTC project “Azerbaijani Literature in a Virtual World”. The magazine also provides detailed information on the poets.

The authors of the line-by-line and literary translations of masterpiece poems, “Winds”, “I Wish It Was That Garden Again” by Mikayil Mushfig, and “On A Wintry Day”, “The Stone” by Ali Karim into Spanish consequently are Tutukhanum Yunusova and Raul Alejandro Poggi.

“Babab.Cultura de revista” electronic literature magazine regularly publishes works by world-famous writers and poets, such as Isabella Bird, Thomas Mann, Gabriel García Márquez, Mario Vargas Llosa, Blanca Andreu, to name a few.

 

 

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