Bridge to Global Literature

Welcome to The Antonym Magazine, where the beauty of language transcends borders and stories find resonance in every tongue. As your linguistic gateway to a world of diverse narratives, we take pride in the art of translation that breathes life into words, bridging cultures and connecting hearts.

Source Language: Kazakh

Assel Karibay

there are towns like wine Auspicious autumn city Shabby houses Old streets Around all the junk Oh, how I like it dull irrevocable years and my days are past and holy book is my sadness barefoot girl in the rain hurries to the...

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Akberen Yelgezek

Translated from the Kazakh by David Cooke Nightmare Their meaning obscure, I dream of sleek black ravens whose croaking fills me with doubts and dread. They have built their nests in my hair. Like poisonous words, they’ve...

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