MAHSA MOHEBALI, born on 12 August 1972 in Tehran, is an Iranian writer and literature critic. She began writing in Reza Barahei’s workshop in the 80’s. She counts as a third generation of fictional literature writers in Iran.

Mahsa Mohebali (fiction writer; Iran) is the author of the short story collections “The Voices” (1998) and [Love-making in Footnotes] (2004), the latter a winner of the Golshiri Foundation’s award for best short story collection, and of two novels, “The Grey Spell” (2002) and “Don’t Worry” (2008), which won both the Golshiri Foundation’s and the Press Critics’ Best Novel award. Her work has been translated into Swedish (var inte orolig), published widely in print and on-line, and performed on stages across Iran.

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