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I am now writing for Yerevan Magazine!

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  • I am now writing for Yerevan Magazine!

    I posted this in the Film and Television forum already, but I wanted to share this with all the readers so I'm posting this here as well.

    I am now writing for Yerevan Magazine and am in charge of redesigning their cinema section. I will be presenting a weekly series known as From the Vault, where I will discuss classic Armenian films, as well as contemporary films from time to time.

    If you're interested, articles will usually be up Monday afternoons and they will all be available online. This section may eventually crossover into print, but it's an online series for now.

    Click the link below to read the first post.

    From the Vault of Armenian Cinema

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    Good luck to you and i hope this will be a successful endeavor. I got a feeling we will be seeing Frunzik mentioned a lot here.
    Hayastan or Bust.

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      Re: I am now writing for Yerevan Magazine!

      I wish you a good start
      You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.

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        Re: I am now writing for Yerevan Magazine!

        Good luck to you!

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          Re: I am now writing for Yerevan Magazine!

          Congratulations. I really enjoy that publication. Will be looking forward to your articles.

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            Re: I am now writing for Yerevan Magazine!

            Originally posted by One-Way View Post
            I posted this in the Film and Television forum already, but I wanted to share this with all the readers so I'm posting this here as well.

            I am now writing for Yerevan Magazine and am in charge of redesigning their cinema section. I will be presenting a weekly series known as From the Vault, where I will discuss classic Armenian films, as well as contemporary films from time to time.
            If you know about Armenian film history do you know anything about these people? Click image for larger version

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            Plenipotentiary meow!

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              Re: I am now writing for Yerevan Magazine!

              Good luck One-Way
              Positive vibes, positive taught

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                Re: I am now writing for Yerevan Magazine!

                Congrats One-Way! Please post your articles here
                Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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                  Re: I am now writing for Yerevan Magazine!

                  Awesome news One-Way. You're a decent writer and critic, looking forward to reading more of your work!
                  "Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you're a man, you take it." ~Malcolm X

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                    Re: I am now writing for Yerevan Magazine!

                    Now that you have hit the big time don't forget about us you hear.
                    B0zkurt Hunter

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