Verónica Pamoukaghlián

My Life without a Smartphone

Verónica Pamoukaghlián has spent the past several years without a smartphone. She doesn't miss it at all and recommends that you try it too.   A few years ago, I had a number of readings around the West Coast. I had written a short story featuring poems by me and my ex, which had been published in a book by a well-known publisher. As my ex stayed ... Read the full article
Verónica Pamoukaghlián

Verónica Pamoukaghlián is an Armenian-Uruguayan writer and award-winning filmmaker. She is a literary translator at Amazon Publishing and a regular contributor for Lento (Uruguay), Brainblogger, and Africa Insider. Her poetry has appeared in The Southern Pacific Review, The Armenian Poetry Project, The Armenian Weekly, Words Fly Away (Fukushima Poetry Anthology), Prism, Naked Punch (London), Sentinel Literary Quarterly (London), Poesia en el subte Anthology (Argentina), Arabesques Review. Short fiction in Book Lovers (Seal Press 2014) and the SEAF Literary Anthology 2014 (Seattle). Essays have appeared on The Acentos Review, Naked Punch and elsewhere.

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