Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami
Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami joined the faculty of New York University in 1997 and since then he has been teaching Persian language and literature at the Department of Middle Eastern Studies. His research is focused on the literary characteristics of contemporary Persian fiction and classical Persian poetry. He is the co-editor and co-translator of A Feast in the Mirror: Short Stories by Iranian Women and Another Sea, Another Shore: Persian Stories of Migration. His latest work, Modern Reflections of Classical Traditions in Persian Fiction, is a monograph on some of the major characteristics of contemporary literary production and literary criticism in Iran. This book was published simultaneously in the United States (in English) and in Iran (in Persian). He has also published numerous articles on Persian literature both in Persian and English. Currently he is working on a book project which focuses on analyzing literary counter-discourses in contemporary Persian fiction.
1. Munes and Mordekhai
2. Purple Hills
3. "Let Me Not Split Open the Breast of My Sohrab."
4. Eight-thirty in the Morning
5. The Bridegroom of Kabul
Mohammad Asef Soltanzadeh
6. The Color of Fire at Midday
7. The Field Where Sohrab's Bones Are Planted
8. The Eve of the Slaying of Sohrab
10. A New Prologue to the Shahnameh [Screenplay]