Tag: Porochista Khakpour
Waiting for NasreenApril 2013
Two writers discuss their cyber-stalker.
My Mother and the PrisonerNovember 2011
A son recalls his mother’s advocacy for a framed man.
The OthersNovember 2011
Our guest editor Porochista Khakpour explores the protean category of “Iranian-American” and its assorted manifestations.
In Search of Dalí in TehranNovember 2011
Or, how I got advice from Grandpa Moses on Jewish prayers for the notorious Evin Prison.
Camel Ride, Los Angeles, 1986February 2011
What is there to hate about a camel?
The Deer-Vehicle Collision Survivors Support GroupBy Porochista Khakpour, guest-edited by Claire Messud
This is the storm right before the calm, she is letting it all out now, because she knows it’s coming. She wants to go home, even if it is what she used to call hell sweet hell.