Invidual residences


From Monday, 13 September 2021 to Monday, 20 September 2021

Writer and translator
Iran and Brussels


Atieh Asadollahi is an Iranian writer and translator who is living in Belgium. She majored in Literature, but later moved to the field of Cultural Studies and Anthropology and studied for a second master's in KU Leuven.

She has published a couple of short stories and the translation of a novel in Persian. One of her stories, My Terror, has been anthologized in Hammond House collection of award-winning short stories of 2020. Her being active in the world of education and teaching for more than ten years has always acted as a great source of inspiration for her both academic and creative writing. She has taught both English and literature.


I am from Iran, but I live in Europe. I lived long enough in the era before Corona, and I have also experienced what life is like with Corona. Wherever and whenever, I have always been a monitorial dweller. The White City, The Red City, the novella I am working on these days, comes from such a liminal position I observe from. It is my attempt to bring a state of knowing to my microcosm and hopefully to that of the readers' now that the macrocosm seems to get more and more insurmountable and chaotic every year with new and old shocks up his sleeve.

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