NIACast Episode #9 – Book Talk: “My Mom Killed Michael Jackson” with Shokoofeh Rajabzadeh
In our final chat with authors featured in “My Shadow is My Skin: Voices from the Iranian Diaspora,” Mana and Assal sit down with Shokoofeh Rajabzadeh. Her essay, “My Mom Killed Michael Jackson,” explores her travels to Iran and a personal story of longing for a place that is at once familiar, yet out of reach.
Get “My Shadow is My Skin at your local bookstore or here. And check more of Shokoofeh’s writing at https://medium.com/@alwaysnotquite1.
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