Armenian Publication Series
Armenian Series established at The Press at Fresno State
The Armenian Series was established at The Press at Fresno State through the Armenian Studies Program. Funding for the Armenian Series was established by the M. Victoria Karagozian Kazan and Henry S. Khanzadian Kazan Endowment.
Information about The Press is available at http://www.thepressatcsufresno.org/
Dickran Kouymjian was editor of the series from 1986 until his retirement in 2008.
Barlow Der Mugrdechian, is the current editor of the Armenian Series.
Four titles have been published through the Armenian Series:
David of Sassoun: Critical Studies on the Armenian Epic (2013), eds. Dickran Kouymjian and Barlow Der Mugrdechian
David of Sassoun: Critical Studies on the Armenian Epic (The Press at California State University, Fresno, 2013), 228 pages, a collection of essays by the world’s foremost scholars on the great oral epic of Armenia, edited by Dickran Kouymjian and Barlow Der Mugrdechian, has just been published as the newest addition to the Armenian Series of Fresno State’s Armenian Studies Program. David of Sassoun is the fourth title in the Armenian Series established through The Press at California State
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Armenian Poetry of Our Time, 2011
In 1978 Diana Der-Hovanessian produced the landmark book, Anthology of Armenian Poetry, translating Armenian poetry into English, and making that poetry accessible to the broader reading world. The book has been out of print for several years, but the present volume, Armenian Poetry of Our Time, is Diana Der-Hovanessian’s latest contribution to the world of Armenian poetry.
Armenian Poetry of Our Time presents works of more than 100 Armenian poets, both well-known and lesser-known, from the nineteenth century until today. Readers will enjoy the variety of works and styles presented.
Pete Najarian, The Artist and His Mother, 2010
The Artist and His Mother is a work of creative non-fiction in the form of a novel whose narrator, a painter and writer, composes not only a portrait of himself and his mother, Zaroohe, but a story of a century from when, as a child of ten, she survived the Armenian Genocide in 1915, to her death in America in 2006.
Young Saroyan: Follow and Other Writings, 2009
William B. Secrest Jr., editor; introduction and analysis by Dickran Kouymjian
Collected here for the first time are some of the unjustly neglected gems of William Saroyan's early work–including Follow, a gripping autobiographical novella published for the first time in book form–along with letters and unpublished short stories from the author's archive at Stanford University.
William Saroyan: An Armenian Trilogy, 1986
Dickran Kouymjian, editor
Warsaw Visitors, Tales from the Vienna Streets:
The Last Two Plays of William Saroyan, 1991
Dickran Kouymjian, editor