Works & Books

Biography

Novels:

Short Stories:

  • “The Tunnel”, Kamyaab Literary Magazine, Tehran, No. 4, 2002
  • “The Dark Hatred”, Book Fiesta Cultural and Literary Magazine, Tehran, No. 2, 2007

Dissertations:

  • “Children’s Most Common Fears and Phobias”, Ali Asghar Paediatric Hospital, 1993
  • “The Psychological Symptoms of Brain Tumours”, (with Dr. Mehdi Izadi), Iran University of Medical Sciences, The School of Medicene, 1995
  • “The Effects of Storytelling on Curing the Anxiety Disorders in Children”; Iran University of Medical Sciences, The School of Medicine, Supervised by Dr. M. Majd Teimouri, 1996

Articles/Papers:

  • “Industrial/Organizational Psychology”; Foundry Magazine, Tehran, 1995
  • “Jung’s Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious”; Kaamyaab Literary Magazine, No.1, 2001
  • “D.J. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye, A symbolical Overview”, Kaamyaab Literary Magazine, No.2, 2001
  • “The Importance of Accepting Copyright, as the only Solution for Developing Publishing Industry in Iran”; Iran Daily Newspaper, Tehran, 2001
  • Introduction to the Book: An Introduction on the International Declaration of Human Rights, A New Translation by Dr. Shahram Keivanfar, Caravan Books, 2003
  • “The Important Factors to Have in Mind When Deciding on the Print Run for a Book”, Sanat-e-Nashr (Publishing Industry), The Magazine of Tehran’s Union of Publishers and Booksellers (TUBP), No. 1, 2006
  • “The Important Factors to Have in Mind When Deciding on the List Price for a Book”, Sanat-e-Nashr (Publishing Industry) Journal, TUBP, No. 2, 2006
  • “Lilith, The Queen of Night: Roots of a Myths”, Book Fiesta Literary Magazine, No.4, 2008
  • “The Necessity of Stories”, Editorial, Book Fiesta Literary Magazine, No.2, year 5
  • “The Important Factors to Be Considered in Book Contracts”, Sanat-e-Nashr (Publishing Industry) Journal, TUBP, No. 3, 2007
  • “Who Shapes the Culture, the Government or the People”? Editorial, Book Fiesta Literary Magazine, No.4, year 4
  • Last Call for a New Blood: The disinterest of UK and US publishers towards books in translation and its implications
  • The Alchemy of the Alchemist: How Paulo Coelho became the most translated living author for the same book:A trans-cultural and trans-lingual publishing phenomenon, Arash Hejazi, Oxford Brookes University, May 2009
  • The Hunted Evolves Faster than the Hunter: The Problem of Censorship in Iran, Arash Hejazi, August 3rd, Publishing Perspectives, 2009

Literary Translations:

  • The Magicians’ Nephew, C.S. Lewis, Caravan Books, 1997
  • The Daughter of the King of Elf land, Lord Dunsany, Derayat, 1998
  • Veronika Decides to Die, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 1999
  • Love Letters of a Prophet, Gibran Kahlil Gibran, Caravan Books, 1999
  • The Phantom of the Opera, Gaston Leurox, Caravan Books, 1999
  • The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2000
  • Brida, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2000
  • Garden of the Prophet, Gibran Kahlil Gibran, Caravan Books, 2001
  • Maktub, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2001
  • The Devil and Miss Prym, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2001
  • Ignorance, Milan Kundera, Caravan Books, 2002
  • Pilgrimage, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2002
  • The Gift, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2003
  • By the River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2003
  • The Manual of the Warrior of Light, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2004
  • The Zahir, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2005
  • Stories for Fathers, Sons and Grandsons, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2006
  • The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, C.S. Lewis, Caravan Books, 2006
  • The Voyage of the Dawn threader, C.S. Lewis, Caravan Books, 2007
  • The Witch of Portobello, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2007
  • The Valkiries, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2007
  • The Winner Stands Alone, Paulo Coelho, Caravan Books, 2008