Azar, Ali

Ali Azar is from Meshginshahr, a small town in Iran and currently lives in London. The essence of his writings are his people, the Iranian, who are underrepresented in the west because of the heavy shadow of the politics. He writes about their characters, their temperaments, their perception of life and their myths. He has published “Gulli’s Strange Journey” in Horla Magazine, and “A drifted Sorrowful Soul” in Thrice Fiction Magazine.

CommuterLit posts:

“The Hunt”