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Elham Eshraghi

Contributor

Elham Eshraghi

Elham Eshraghi was born in the town of Golpayegan, Iran in 1974. She lived with her grandmother until the age of six and retraces her interest in folktales, folk arts, and nature to these years and her grandmother's storytelling. She followed her interest in painting, music, and literature, and after completing her studies in architecture in Tehran, spent some years researching the vanishing arts and crafts of Iran. Since 2004 she has lived in Toronto, Canada.

Articles by Elham Eshraghi

Lamb
By Elham Eshraghi
Before he could reach for his abacus to add up the total, Tooba Khanum opened the folds of her chador to produce a rooster.
Translated from Persian by the author
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