An Afternoon with Renowned Author Tatul Hakobyan in Boca Raton

BOCA RATON, FL – Florida Armenians ( is proud to present a rare opportunity for a lunch and book presentation with renowned Armenian reporter, independent political analyst and author, Tatul Hakobyan, this coming Tuesday afternoon, July 6th, in Boca Raton, FL.

A graduate of the Yerevan State University Department of Journalism and the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs in Tbilisi, Mr. Hakobyan has solidified a long-standing reputation for producing thoughtful and independent content, as well as promoting freedom of speech and expression.  Lauded as a specialist in the Karabakh issue and Armenia-Turkey relations for many years, he has formerly worked as a correspondent for the newspapers Ankakhutyun, Yerkir, HETQ, Aztag, The Armenian Reporter, and as a political observer on regional issues on the Radiolur news program of Public Radio of Armenia, as well as Civilitas Foundation/CivilNet online TV.

A recipient of the Haigashen Ouzounian Literary Award, Media Excellence Award, “The Time for Freedom of Press” award, and two-time recipient of the Yerevan Press Club’s Annual Award, Hakobyan has served as a coordinator of the ANI Armenian Research Center since 2014, and he is currently a columnist at Aliq Media.

The “Elections in Armenia: What’s Next” lecture and Q&A session at Abe & Louie’s Boca Raton will be followed by a presentation of the three absorbing and thought-provoking books Hakobyan has authored – Valley of Death, Karabakh Diary: Green and Black, and Armenians and Turks

Tickets are $20 and include a gourmey lunch and refreshments. All three of Hakobyan’s books, available in either English or Armenian, will be on site for purchase and signature by the author.

Space is limited and advance ticket purchase is required. Click here to purchase tickets or on the image below.

  • WHEN: Tuesday, July 6, 2021, 11:30am-1:00pm
  • WHERE: Abe & Louie’s, 2200 Glades Rd., Boca Raton, FL 33431

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