Any conflict between nations is artificial and contains an intentional political purpose
Gevorg Ter-Gabrielyan was born in Yerevan in 1964. He published his first short story in 1980. He has published in Armenian the memoir-novel Hrant (2018), and three collections of fiction and essays: Square cellar (2012), The Godless Movie Theater (2018), and The Problem of Short Poplars (2021). He is an author of several non-fiction essays, as well as an editor of a few non-fiction collections, the last one being The culture of violence in Armenia (2021). He is a recipient of various mentions and awards, including from Granish and Inknagir literary magazines/sites, Galust Gulbenkian Foundation, the Decameron project, IBBY Armenia, etc.
Three of his fiction works, The Yatagan Syndrome, ‘The Godless’ Movie Theater and Zarmanazan are available in English on his personal site: https://www.gtergab.com/
His English-language non-fiction book Armenia 3.0 is available here .