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Esmail Khoi

Esmail Khoi is an Iranian poet born in 1938 in Mashhad,[1] Iran currently living in the United Kingdom after exile from Iran during the 1980s.[2] Khoi was originally a lecturer in Philosophy before the Iranian Revolution.[3]

Selected bibliography

  • Edges of Poetry:Selected Poetry (Blue Logos Press, 1995)
  • Outlandia:Song of Exile (Nik Publishers, 1999)

References

  1. ^ Khoi, Email. (2008) Beyond the Horizon: An anthology of poems. Atlanta, United States: Esmail Khoi Foundation. Cover notes. ISBN 0971990344
  2. ^ Stephen Watts, ed. (2001). Mother tongues. Modern Poetry in Translation. King's College London.  
  3. ^ Esmail Khoi Foundation (April 15, 2003). "An evening with Dr. Esmail Khoi, a renowned Iranian poet". Payvand News. 

External links

  • Listen to Esmail Khoi reading his poetry - a British Library recording, 24 February 2009.
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