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, journalism and policy pieces in Armenian, Russian and English, on topics ranging from international relations to management to Caucasus conflict transformation and peace-building to European integration to Armenia’s development issues etc. He is a protagonist of the Methodology of Systemic Thought Activity (MSTA), and a developer and editor of several handbooks and manuals. He is an editor of a few non-fiction collections, the last one being The culture of violence in Armenia (2021). Gevorg is a recipient of various mentions and awards, including from the Ministry of Culture of Armenia, Granish and Inknagir literary magazines/sites, Galust Gulbenkian Foundation, the Decameron project, IBBY Armenia, etc. One can find on this site some translations of his fiction in English: The Yatagan Syndrome, Zarmanazan and The Godless Movie Theater. His English-language non-fiction book Armenia 3.0 is available here. He has lived and worked in six countries, and leads Eurasia Partnership Foundation in Armenia since 2007.
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