Naissance le 10 décembre 1936 à Athènes (Grèce), décès le 7 décembre 2019 (au Canada ?)
Ara Baliozian received his Armenian education at the Mekhitarist College of Moorat-Raphael in Venice, Italy, where he also studied economics and political science at the University of Ca Foscari. He now lives in Ontario. Canada, where he devotes his full time to writing He has been published in both Armenian and English The winner of many prizes and government grants for his literary work, which includes fiction, drama, poetry, literary criticism, and translations from the Armenian, French and Italian, he is the author of The Armenians: Their History and Culture, editor of Armenia Observed, and translator of Puzant Gran-ian's My Land. My People and Gostan Zarian's The Traveller and His Road His poetry, articles, and translations have appeared in Armenian-American Poets (Detroit, 1976), New Writing from the Middle East (New York. 1978). and The Modern Encyclopaedia of Russian and Soviet Literature (Iowa, 1980) He contributes regularly to World Literature Today (Oklahoma). Ararat (New York), Nor Gyank and Asbarez (California), The Armenian Mirror-Spectator (Massachusetts). Abaka (Quebec), and a number of other publications in the United States, Canada. Europe, and the Middle East.