• ISBN-13: 9781927886748
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  • Paperback, 107 pages

Bebakhshid revolves around intimate identity intersections of being Iranian, an immigrant, and a woman. Mosall touches everyday banalities as well as challenges, exploring familial relationships, as well as chosen social environments. Her work is social commentary on the treatment and experience of Middle Easterners, as well as a focussed view of realities of its youth not just challenges, but the romantic and mundane experiences of the everyday. Instead of being separated into parts, Bebakhshid transverses more intimate accounts, storylines, and snippets, weaving narrative poetry throughout, to foreground the importance of community and relationships.

Nina Mosall

Nina Mosall was born in Surrey, British Columbia, and attended Kwantlen Polytechnic University and the University of British Columbia, at which she obtained her BA in Creative Writing and MA in Library and Information Studies, respectively. Her poetry and short stories have appeared frequently in Kwantlen Polytechnic University's literary magazine, Pulp, and in the literary magazine, EventBebakhshid is her debut book.