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Closed Circuit History

Closed Circuit History

“A collection of intriguing drawings by one of Iran’s foremost graphic artists, currently living outside the country…Mohassess’ art is intended to force viewers to examine and question political developments taking place in Iran.”- – Middle East Journal[read more>>]

Black Parrot, Green Crow: A Collection of Short Fiction

Black Parrot, Green Crow: A Collection of Short Fiction

: June 2003

“HOUSHANG GOLSHIRI (1937-2000) was a master stylist who wrote dense, elliptical prose, often with a (more or less) disguised political content.[read more>>]

King of the Benighted

King of the Benighted

: May 1, 1995

“A thoroughly contemporary work, a lament for a lost utopia and an elliptical and bleakly horrific account of incarceration and torture in the Iran of the Mullahs.” – Times Literary Supplement.[read more>>]

King of the Benighted

King of the Benighted (Kindle/iPad Version)

: January 20, 2011

“A thoroughly contemporary work, a lament for a lost utopia and an elliptical and bleakly horrific account of incarceration and torture in the Iran of the Mullahs.” – Times Literary Supplement.[read more>>]

Daneshvar’s Playhouse: A Collection of Stories

Daneshvar’s Playhouse: A Collection of Stories

: March 31, 2008

“In five intriguing stories, the formal detachment of Daneshvar’s prose reinforces her subtle revelation of repressive features in Iranian society. The author, one of the few wellknown women writers in Iran, is a feminist opposed to both political tyranny and religious fanaticism, themes obliquely indicated here.[read more>>]

The Art of Persian Music: Includes a Lesson from Master Dariush Safvat

The Art of Persian Music: Includes a Lesson from Master Dariush Safvat

“An innovative introduction to the music and culture of Iran. . . . Important terms, instruments, repertories, and personalities are cataloged and thoroughly explained, making it accessible to anyone.[read more>>]

Diary of a Tree

Diary of a Tree

Diary of a Tree is a poem in two books from the point of view of a tree. Born in Tehran, Iran in 1944, Goli Khalatbary followed her father through his diplomatic postings as a girl. She saw many countries, many towns, and many landscapes, but could not have childhood friends.[read more>>]

Sutra & Other Stories

Sutra & Other Stories

: March 31, 2008

“A veritable tour de force fusion of actuality, fantasy, and mystical transport. . . .[read more>>]