Jasmin Darznik

Jasmin Darznik discusses her work in 2018 Jasmin Darznik is the ''New York Times'' bestselling author of three books, ''The Bohemians'', ''Song of a Captive Bird'', a novel inspired by the life of Forugh Farrokhzad, Iran's notorious woman poet, and ''The Good Daughter: A Memoir of My Mother's Hidden Life,'' which became a ''New York Times'' bestseller. A ''New York Times Book Review'' "Editors' Choice" and a ''Los Angeles Times'' bestseller, ''Song of a Captive Bird'' was praised by ''The New York Times'' as a "complex and beautiful rendering of [a] vanished country and its scattered people; a reminder of the power and purpose of art; and an ode to female creativity under a patriarchy that repeatedly tries to snuff it out."[https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/21/books/review/jasmin-darznik-song-of-a-captive-bird.html] ''The Bohemians'' was selected by ''Oprah Daily'' as one of the best historical novels of 2021. Darznik's books have been published in seventeen countries.

She is the chair of the [https://www.cca.edu/humanities-sciences/mfa-writing/ MFA Program in Writing at California College of the Arts] in San Francisco. Provided by wikipedia
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