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Farideh Hassanzadeh

Farideh Hassanzadeh –Mostafavi- is an Iranian poet, translator and freelance journalist. Her first book of poetry was published when she was twenty-two. Her poems appear in the anthologies Contemporary Women Poets of Iran and Anthology of Best Women Poets. Poems by her which are translated into English appear in Kritya, Jehat, Interpoetry, Foreign Policy in Focus, earthfamilyalpha and Thanalonline.

She is the author of Eternal Voices: Interviews with Poets East and West and The Last Night with Sylvia Plath: Essays on Poetry.

In addition she has translated Selected Poems of T.S. Eliot, Federico Garcia Lorca: A Life by Ian Gibson, Anthology of Contemporary African Poetry, Selected poems of Marina Tsvetaeva, Women Poets of the World, Twentieth Century Latin American Poetry, Selected poems of Iaroslav Seifert, Pablo Neruda: A Passion for Life, Blood of Adonis by Samuel Hazo, The Beauty of Friendship: Selected Poems by Khalil Gibran, and Love Poetry of the World, Classic and Contemporary, and Selected Poems by Blaga Dimitrova.

Her new book is the Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry.

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