All posts tagged Moniro Ravanipour

  • Moniro Ravanipour
    Readings at City of Asylum: Q&A with Moniro Ravanipour

    On March 7, 2014, Moniro Ravanipour read from her work-in-progress and subsequently answered questions posed by audience members at the City of Asylum. In this Q&A on Sampsonia Way, Moniro explains her writing style, the journey to America, her thoughts on the “sound” of English vs. Farsi, and she divulges her secret to publishing in Iran.


  • Marina Nemat
    Exile Hangout: Iran

    Exiled writers Marina Nemat, Omid Fallahazad, Moniro Ravanipour, Shahrnush Parsipur, and Roya Hakakian talk via Google Hangout about risking imprisonment for their writing, repression against opposition writers, the government’s crackdown on free press, and the condition of writing in exile.


  • 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day

    This year’s events are scheduled to take place in more than 100 countries around the world. Likewise, in commemoration of International Women’s Day, Sampsonia Way recognizes women and writers from around the world who have contributed their transformative words to our pages.