ConQuest by Arash Allahverdi, translated by Ali Araghi, is the first full-length poetry collection from one of the standout poets in the critically acclaimed anthology I Am a Face Sympathizing with Your Grief: Seven Younger Iranian Poets (co•im•press 2015). Learn more.
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Ali Araghi is an Iranian writer and translator. He was born in Tehran, but moved to South Bend, Indiana to earn his MFA from the University of Notre Dame. Alongside his second novel, Araghi is now working on Persian, Translated, a database of Persian literature translated into English. He is the founding editor of the online literary journal, PARAGRAPHITI. Currently he is a PhD candidate of Comparative Literature, Track for International Writers at Washington University in St. Louis. He lives in the Washington DC area.
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This is an anthology of poetry featuring seven younger Iranian poet.