Stockholm's literary circles are abuzz with speculation about this year's Nobel Literature Prize, and while it's notoriously difficult to predict the laureate, some experts are saying it's time for a woman.
Zhambyl Duysenuly's poetry is very patriotic, energetic and full of expression.
The head of a foundation created by Colombian Nobel literature laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez on Monday refuted claims from the author's brother that he is suffering from dementia.
Oralkhan Bokeyev’s "Where are you, my bausond colt?" collection of stories will become the book of the year this time.
Book of poems, written by a great Kazakh poet Abay Qunanbayuli has sold out completely in Moscow.
Russian Prize International literary contest has announced its long-list of candidates to 2011 award.
Kazakhstani writer Ilya Odegov was a second at IX International Voloshin Literature contest, leaving behind 300 of other participants.
Yuriy Serebryanskiy won in the The Russian Prize literary contest under Short Prose category.