KQED – Iranian-American Fiction

May 8, 20130 comments

The editors of the first anthology of Iranian-American fiction say there is a maturing literary voice emerging from the Iranian-American community. Many Iranian immigrants came to the U.S. after the Shah was overthrown in 1979, and roughly half of them live in California. We talk with Bay Area editors and authors of “Tremors: New Fiction by Iranian-American Writers” about their stories, culture and community. To read the original article, click here.