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Paul Chaderjian

Three Apples: The Relic

Once there was and there was not … that place 100 years ago that my ancestors survived, where teenage boys were dressed as girls, young women married off to foreigners and infants given up to Kurds

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Survivor

I drive up the 395 like some new ageless nomad scouring the remnants of slick Silk Road IEDs, abstracting triangulations of fire, ambushing mile-high sniper squads and extraction teams

Garen Yegparian

Language vs. Spirit

The last few years have seen a resurgence of attention paid to the importance of Armenian, its use and continued viability, especially in the Diaspora and with a bit more emphasis on the Western Armenian

Catherine Yesayan

A Substitute Grandma at an Armenian ‘Handess’

I received a text from my best friend—she wanted to know if I could attend her granddaughter’s (or “tornik’s” in Armenian) year end recital in place of her because she had to be at her work.

Paul Chaderjian

Three Apples: The Relic

Once there was and there was not … that place 100 years ago that my ancestors survived, where teenage boys were dressed as girls, young women married off to foreigners and infants given up to Kurds

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