by Siavash Saadlou
Siavash Saadlou is a writer and translator. His fiction has appeared in In the Margins, and his poetry in Scoundreltime, Saint Katherine Review, and Sons & Daughters. His translations of contemporary Persian poetry have been published in Washington Square Review, Visions International, Blue Lyra Review, and Asymptote, among other journals. Saadlou holds an MFA in creative writing from Saint Mary’s College of California, where he was also a teaching fellow. He lives in Tehran, Iran.