Farzaneh Aghaeipour

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Farzaneh Aghaeipour (Persian: فرزانه آقايي پور‎) is an Iranian playwright, author, and activist. She is a board member at the politically active Iranian Writers Association, which fights censorship and advocates freedom of expression.[1] Her major works include historical plays and novels on recent Iranian political history.[2][3] In a 2006 tour of North America, Aghaeipour spoke at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (a teacher's college which is part of the University of Toronto), on September 9, 2006[4] and later that month at Université du Québec à Montréal.[5]


  • Sattār-i Qarahʹdāghī : namāyishnāmah, 1991 (in Persian)
  • Pārk-i Atābak : namāyishnāmah, 1991 (in Persian)
  • Hunar va davarī, 1999 (in Persian)
  • Riz̤a Khān dar yak namāyish-i ʻajīb, 1999 (in Persian)
  • Nastaran : rumān, 2015 (in Persian)


  1. ^ "Iranian Writers Association". www.kanoon-nevisandegan-iran.org. Archived from the original on 2007-01-17. Retrieved 2007-01-16.
  2. ^ "Mehr News - Aghaeipour Novel (in Persian)". www.mehrnews.com. Retrieved 2009-02-21.
  3. ^ "Radio Zamaneh - Review of Aghaeipour's work (in Persian)". zamaaneh.com. Retrieved 2010-02-23.
  4. ^ "Sep 9, 2006". Iranian Association at the University of Toronto. Retrieved 2007-01-06.
  5. ^ "Oct 5, 2006". Shahrvand Newspaper. Retrieved 2007-10-21.[dead link]

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