Sanaz Fotouhi


Country: Australia

Sanaz Fotouhi is Director of Asia Pacific Writers & Translators Conference, and a writer and filmmaker. Her book The Literature of the Iranian Diaspora: Meaning and Identity Since the Islamic Revolution is a pioneering study. Her articles have been published in The Southerly, Griffith Review, The Guardian UK, and locally in The Jakarta Post.

Sanaz Fotouhi adalah Direktur Asia Pasific Writers & Translators Conference, dan seorang Penulis serta Sutradara. Buku Sanaz yang berjudul The Literature of the Iranian Diaspora: Meaning and Identity since the Islamic Revolution adalah sebuah studi pertama mengenai hal tersebut. Artikel-artikel karyanya telah dimuat di The SoutherlyGriffith ReviewThe Guardian UK, dan The Jakarta Post.

Appearing in

Main Program: Preserving Culture

Modern political, economic and social factors pose significant threat to Indigenous and traditional cultures. But keeping in touch with tradition isn’t only the work of elders and anthropologists. These young …


Main Program: One Thousand and One Writes

Hailing from Iran and creating a new chapter in diasporic literature, these writers have their roots in a literary tradition spanning two-and-a-half millennia. They’ll contemplate the influence of this heritage, …


Main Program: Sharing Stories with the World

Asia Pacific Writers and Translators is a think tank of individuals from across the region at the forefront of writing and publishing. Fresh from the tenth annual conference right here …