Sorour Kasmai is a novelist, translator, and publisher. She writes in Persian and French. Her books include: The Glass Cemetery, Horizons Persans, The Valley of the Eagles: An Autobiography of an Escape, and her most recent book A Day Before the End of the World. She discusses her experience with writing and translating in Persian and French, and the history of Iranian writers publishing in French since the 1990s.
Part of the Stanford Festival of Iranian Arts.
Free and open to the public, no RSVP required. Event is in Farsi.
Enter Encina Hall on the West side, closest to Hoover Tower and go up to the second floor.