Sholeh Wolpe’s Top Sevens

October 7, 2014 parsagon 0

The Parsagon Review’s October guest is a literary mediator between two cultures with her translations especially of contemporary Iranian poetry and prose. Sholeh Wolpé is […]

The Pomegranate Lady and Her Sons

September 15, 2014 Safaneh Mohaghegh Neyshabouri 0

Goli Taraghi (b. 1939 in Tehran) is an exilic Iranian writer living and working in France. Although her writings are frequently censored in her home country, they are widely circulated there and receive much attention form the public. The stories of this collection, The Pomegranate Lady and Her Sons translated from Persian to English by Sara Khalili, are chosen from a number of short story collections originally published in Persian.

Bombay Rain, Part II

August 11, 2014 Poupeh Missaghi 0

Written by Payam Yazdanjoo | Translated by: Poupeh Missaghi | Edited by: Adam Seth | Header Photo by Matteo Vegetti (c) “Bombay Rain” was first published […]

Goli Taraghi [b. 1939]

August 1, 2014 Leili Adibfar 0

The first chapter of Goli Taraghi’s Two Worlds, “The First Day”, begins with the narrator finding herself stunned and silent at a psychiatric hospital, stuck […]