Written by Ali Seidabadi, editor in Tiny Owl’s Persian series. when I was 12, I went to a boarding school in Nishapur, north-easternIran, adjacent to the garden where the poet and scientist Omar Khayyám is buried. A part of the garden could be seen from our classroom window and the splashing sound of water, flowing […]
You may have read this week’s guest blog, From London To Tehran, by our Persian editor, Ali Seidabadi. Unfortunately, Ali will be waiting a bit longer to discover the streets of London he wrote about, as his trip to the UK has been put on hold. Due to his visa being rejected, Ali Seidabadi has […]
Read the Guardian’s article, mentioning Tiny Owl books, particularly The Little Black Fish: Also do check out Tiny Owl, whose aim is to bring quality translated global literature with a focus on Iranian books, to an English speaking audience, including Samad Behrangi’s absolute classic The Little Black Fish, which every Iranian child has read – […]
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Pippa Goodhart, Tiny Owl’s editor for 2015 collection, has recently written an introduction about the publishing house. don’t miss that. Please click here to read the piece.
Ali Seidabadi, our Persian editor for the 2015 collection, is traveling to the Uk in August attending Edinburgh International Book Festival. We are planning an event for him in London as well. It will be announced as soon as it is fixed.
Azita Rassi, the translator of our first eight books, had recently been interviewed by Shahrvand magazine (link) in Persian. Below you will find the English translation of her interview. Let us start our conversation with The Little Black Fish, a book by Samad Behrangi with which several generations of Iranian families have grown up. I […]
I recently received this lovely book ‘A Bird Like Himself’ from Tiny Owl Publishing, written and illustrated by Anahita Teymorian from Iran. It is a beautiful book and fantastic to see such amazing work flourishing in that part of the world. I would like to give it away to a library, so if you are […]
you can read and listen to this interview here, .