Nora Gold’s new book, Fields of Exile, just published by Dundurn, is the first novel about anti-Israelism in the academe. Fields of Exile was picked by the New York paper The Forward as one of ...
Farideh was born in Tehran, Iran and received her BA in Drama, Dramatic Literature and Play-writing from the Art University in Tehran. In 1994, while studying for her MA through the Scriptwriting and Film-Making program, she began to write poetry and short stories for children and adults. Her first children's book, The Dream of the Finch, (Arezoye Sehreh) was recognized as one of the best children's books of 1994 by the Iranian Council of Children's Book (Shoraye Ketabe Koodak). Farideh's short stories have been published in various literary magazines and translated into several languages including Arabic, Bulgarian, Dutch, English, French, Italian, Kurdish and Turkish. She immigrated to Canada in the winter of 2003. Farideh lives in Vancouver and currently attends university in BC.