Georgian Literature Portal Shares Isa Ismailzade’s Verses

Georgian Literature Portal Shares Isa Ismailzade’s Verses

Axali saunce (The New Treasury), a crowd-pleasing Georgian literature portal, has posted in Georgian verses I am a Thermos Glass”, “Let Me Mix Night and Day with Each Other and “You are Going to See...” by Isa Ismailzade, a notable Azerbaijani poet, as part of the AzSTC project “Azerbaijan Literature in an International Virtual World.” The portal also provides detailed information on the writer.

The translator of the verses into Georgian is Imir Mammadli, a popular poet and translator.

Axali saunce, e-portal financed by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth of the Republic of Georgia, regularly publishes works by world-famous writers and poets, such as Charles DickensVladimir MayakovskyVelimir KhlebnikovHarold PinterRoland BarthesOlga TokarchukItalo Calvino,  Jay Hopler,  to name a few.





– was a poet and translator;

was the Head of Department of “Ulduz” magazine, and the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of “Azerbaijan” magazine;

is the author of books “Stars’ Birthday”, “Bright Leaves”, “The Song of the Earth”, “The Train That Passed Through My Life”, “Hello, the Earth”, “The Conversation with My Mom”, “The Wind on the Swing”, “The Night of a Lifetime”, to name a few;

is the author of translation of verses by K. Simonov, Y. Yevtushenko and others.