Majid Karimi, born in 1979, is an Iranian poet, author and English translator, and a university lecturer who completed his university studies in English language and literature in 2005. He began teaching at the university from the same year and after compiling several textbooks on learning English language, turned to literary activities. Some of his works include:
Today’s Folks (A Collection of Short Stories)
Just Around the Corner (A Collection of Short Stories)
Clockwork Dolls (A Collection of Short Stories)
Hidden Layers (A Collection of Short Stories)
The World Behind Glass (A Collection of Short Stories)
Flowing Shades (Novel)
Diorama (Translation of 50 Great Short Stories from English to Persian)
Clockwork Dolls, which is written in a minimalist way, refers to the narrow, precise, yet minor parts that exist in everyday life, where each of these issues alone embrace the entire life of the present characters of the story. In this collection, the author attempts, in addition to showing the beh...
The World Behind Glass is a collection of short stories that try to depict a world that every human being creates in their subconscious and lives in fear of. A world that is bigger than they imagined and beyond the world in which they live. Every moment they try to know themselves in the world of t...