Fereshteh Ahmadi is a short story writer, novelist and critic living in Tehran. After having trained and practised as an architect, her first short story collection, ‘Everybody’s Sara’ (2004), gained widespread acclaim in Iran and introduced readers to a distinctive voice creating enigmatic and mysterious psychological fantasies deeply rooted in everyday settings. She has since won several literary awards for her short stories and novels including ‘The Fairy of Forgetfulness’ (2007), ‘Cheese Forest’ (2008) and ‘Domestic Monsters’ (2016).
Read a Guardian interview with Fereshteh Ahmadi here
Read a British Council blog interview with Fereshteh Ahmadi here