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Diana Der-Hovanessian

Diana Der-Hovanessian is a poet and translator of Armenian poetry. She has authored over twenty-three books of poetry and translation, has twice been a Fulbright Professor, and has awards from sources including the National Endowment for the Arts, the Poetry Society of America, the PEN/Columbia Translation Center, the Armenian Writers Union, the Paterson Poetry Center, and elsewhere. Her poems have appeared in AGNI, The American Poetry Review, Poetry, Partisan, Nation, and elsewhere. (updated 7/2010)

Der-Hovanessian’s collection Selected Poems was reviewed in AGNI 44 by Ellen Davis.

AGNI has published the following work by Diana Der-Hovanessian:

Finding Words
Four and Five
From a Letter I Did Not Receive
Goddess of Hunting
Improving the Golden Rule
In a Landscape Without Humans
It’s Hard to Be the Child
No Maestro
On a Line By Brian Phillips
Safe House

AGNI has published the following translations by Diana Der-Hovanessian:

Come Back Safely by Sylva Gaboudikian
Dialogue Before Death (1983) by Nina Berberova (translated with Marsbed Hablanian)
If I Don’t Love You by Sylva Gaboudikian
Under Scorpio by Jirayre Avedisian
Untitled by Igna Saruaslan

and read more

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