Yousef Alikhani


Yousef Alikhani

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Yousef Alikhani (born 1975) is an Iranian writer.He was born in the village of Milek, near Roodbar and Alamout of Qazvin.

Published works:

* Dragon killing (short stories), Negah Publication, 2007
* "Ghadam Bekheir was my grandmother" (short stories), Ofogh Publication, 2003

Other books:

* "Looking for Hassan Sabbah", the Life story of the god of Alamut for Young Adults, Qoqnoos Publication, 2007
* "saeb tabrizi’s Life", Madraseh Publication, 2007
* "Ibn Batuteh’s Life", Madraseh Publication, 2004
* "Aziz and Negar: Re-reading a love story", Qoqnoos Publication, 2002
* "The Third Generation of Fiction Writing in Today’s Iran: Interviews with Writers", Markaz Publication, 2001

** "The Stories of the People of Alamut and Roodbar", in collaboration with Afshin Naderi (to be published)

References

* weblog [http://yousefalikhani.blogspot.com/2007/05/yousef-alikhani.html "Youssef Alikhani"] fa icon en icon ar icon

External links

* [http://www.ghabil.com Ghabil] magazine fa icon en icon ar icon
* [http://www.ghabil.com/article.aspx?id=521 Alikhani] on Ghabil.com fa icon en icon ar icon
* [http://tadaneh.blogspot.com Alikhani,s Weblog] fa icon


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