"We shall not cease from exploration and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started
and know the place for the first time." (T S Eliot)
"A dark and chanted verse is what I am." (
Forough Farrokhzad)

Saturday, January 17, 2009

TURQUOISE & GOLD



A new collection of poems inspired by David Morisset's experiences in pre-revolutionary Iran, as well as some of the situations explored in his novel, is now available. The poems were written to compliment Iran and its people and in the hope that Iranians of the diaspora might find some solace in an Australian’s fond memories of their homeland. One recalls Shiraz with its imagery of roses, wine and poets. An Iranian friend labelled these verses “intoxicating”. Enough said.


To purchase a copy, simply go to www.amazon.com and initiate a search using the book title or the author's name, then follow the straightforward prompts to place an order.

The collection is also available via CreateSpace at www.createspace.com/3359626

In addition, copies can be obtained at the following book shops:

Ketab Corporation Bookstore
1419 Westwood Boulevard
Los Angeles CA 90024 USA
http://shopping.ketab.com

Ketabsara Bookstore
1441B Westwood Boulevard
Los Angeles CA 90024 USA