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Vol.1 No.3 Sept 2007

 

    Iran
   
HAMED SAFAEE   Me and My American Friend
SIMA SAEEDI   Me and My American Friend
VAHDI PARSA   Me and My American Friend: A Dream that Doesn’t Belong to me
JASON REZAIAN   Iran’s brain drain more of a flow, really
NASRIN ALAVI   Virtually Unveiled
BARBARA BRIDGER   on Persis M. Karim (ed.), Let Me Tell You Where I’ve Been. New Writing by Women of the Iranian Diaspora
MAHASTI SHAHROKHI   Beautiful Wounds
MANDANA ZANDIAN   Untitled
DAVOOD SALEHI   Untitled 3
AHMAD ZAHEDI LANGROODI   Thread of the Noose
MILAD DOKHANCHI   Sexy Billboards of Tehran
SHOLEH JOHNSTON   on Marjane Satrapi
JINOOS TAGHIZADEH   The Story of the Third Group
MICHAEL BELL   on Tirdad Zolghadr
FERESHTEH MOLAVI   The Broken Gate
JINOOS TAGHIZADEH   Twin Genealogy
KAVEH BASMENJI   A Boring Report
BAHRAM SADEGHI   Knotty Thread 
MILAD HOUSHMANDZADEH   Fifty-Nine Peykan
RAMIN SADIGHI   Iranian Music, the Unexplored Territory
   

 

  Cultural memory

 
ANITA MASON   on Mario Vargas Llosa
THOMAS DOCHERTY   on J. M. Coetzee
GEORGE SZIRTES   on Geert Mak
STEVIE DAVIES   on Clive James
IAN REVIE   Ultramarine

  Genesis, Exodus
EMMA JONES   Ritornello
TIM LIARDET   The Pitch-Dowsing

  Bucko in Love
IAIN BRITTON   I hate clocks that tick
ROD MENGHAM   on John Ashbery
JOHN ASHBERY   in interview

  Ashbery at eighty: a symposium
    Mark Ford, Kevin Hart,
David Kennedy, Bill Manhire,
Marjorie Perloff, Susan Schultz,
George Szirtes and John Tranter
LAWRENCE SAIL   on Keki N. Daruwalla
SUSAN STEWART   The Owl

 

 
    Notebook

 

  Brief notices

  Notes on contributors