|Anthology of Iranian female writers published in Japanese||
TEHRAN -- An anthology containing seven short stories by Iranian female writers has been published in Japanese.
The collection has been translated by Yoko Fujimoto of Waseda University in Tokyo, the Persian service of ISNA reported on Monday.
The title of the collection is “A Mansion on the Sky”, the same name as Goli Taraqqi’s short story from her collection “Scattered Memories”.
It also comprises “The Long Night” from Moniro Ravanipur’s collection “Kanizu”, “Anis” from Simin Daneshvar’s collection “To Whom Can I Say Hello?”, and “Little Secret” from Farkhondeh Aqaii’s collection “Little Secret and Other Stories”.
In addition, “Stains” from Zoya Pirzad’s collection “The Acrid Taste of Persimmon”, “The Entire Horizon” from Fariba Vafi’s collection of same name, and “Atlas” from Shiva Arastuii’s collection “Fellow Citizen” have been included in the anthology, which has been released by Dandansha, a Japanese company that publishes literary works from across the world.
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