AzSTC Magazine’s Next Issue Out Now

AzSTC Magazine’s Next Issue Out Now

 

The latest issue (1/2016) of Xəzər World Literature Magazine has been published. Highlights of the issue include:

The story ‘Death in Venice’ by Thomas Mann  under the heading “Nobel Lectures” and ; poems by Zahid Saritorpag under the heading “Azerbaijan Literature”; Poems by Gary Snyder under the heading “World Poetry”; Love Letters of famous people under the heading “Letters”; short stories by Daniil Kharms under the heading ‘Absurd’; Portuguese legends" by Gentil Marques under the heading ‘Literary heritage’;  the novel ‘Oscar and the Lady in Pink’by Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt under the heading ‘Contemporary French literature’; The Forty Rules of Love by  Shams al-Din Muhammad under the heading “Celestial Reincarnation”;  the novel ‘Hear the Wind Sing’ by Haruki Murakami under the heading ‘Novels’; poems by Yevgeny Yevtushenko under the heading ‘Russian Poetry’; selected short stories from Japanese literature.

 

AND OTHER...

  • AzSTC Announces 2023 Language Qualifying Exams AzSTC Announces 2023 Language Qualifying Exams

    The Azerbaijan State Translation Centre (AzSTC) is pleased to announce the next stage of qualifying exams with a view to identifying translators that meet certain standards of the translation profession across the country on the following languages: 

  • Video Footage “Shusha – the Centre of Crafts and Trade” on Foreign Media Video Footage “Shusha – the Centre of Crafts and Trade” on Foreign Media

    Several popular world news portals and social networks, such as “nex24.news” (Germany), “medium.com” (Ireland), “Alharir.info” (Algeria), “agnaden.net”, “ashurnews.com”, “alnoor.se”, “afkarhura.com”

  • Samad Vurgun’s Verses on German Literature Portal Samad Vurgun’s Verses on German Literature Portal

    “Spruechetante”, the popular German literature portal, has posted in German the verses “I'm in No Rush” and “Don't Give Up!” by Samad Vurgun, a notable Azerbaijani poet, as part of the AzSTC project “Azerbaijan Literature in an International Virtual World.”