During the years of Armenia's independence, the book publishing tradition has changed. Instead of tens of thousands of copies of books, now only several hundreds of copies are published, but the number of titles has incomparably increased. In this "flood" of published books it is not easy even for skilled specialists to choose.
The goal of this radio program is to briefly inform our listeners about new Armenian and Russian books published in Armenia and, as far as possible, in Artsakh and Diaspora also.
- Michael Attaleiates, History
- Armen Marukyan, The Issue of Overcoming the Material Consequences of the Armenian Genocide
- Emma Kostandyan, Episodes from the Life and Work of Archbishop Maghakia Ormanian
- Armaveni Miroglu Mutarian, The Constantinople Armenians (1923-1939)
- Smbat Minasyan, Armenians in the North Caucasus in 1918-1920
- Myasnik Yesayan, The Armenian Issue in the Syrian Arabic-Language Press
- Irina Barseghyan-Krpeyan, Tatul Krpeyan: Self Defense of the Getashen Region in Northern Artsakh
- Seda Dajad Ohanian, The Armenian Community of Iraq in the 20th Century
- The Armenian Book Printing Through Centuries (collection of articles)
(All the books are published in Armenian)