Literary Walk
Literary Walk

Literary Walk

Literary Walk

Iran Poem and Literature Foundation has planned a trekking trip in the company of writers and poets. It is the third time that the foundation is organizing such a trip. The program, dubbed “Walking to the Sea,” is slated for June 27-29, according to the website of the foundation, Adabiatirani.com.  Participating in the program are short story writer Mohammad-Reza Bayrami; novelist and short story writer Shahryar Abbasi; literary critic and novelist Ebrahim Zahedi-Motlaq; and poet Hamed Askari. The trekking route starts from Lar National Park, a protected area shared by the two provinces of Tehran and Mazandaran. There the group heads north to Kojur District, follows forest paths to end up in the coastal areas of Noshahr County in  Mazandaran Province. Until June 20, enthusiasts can join the trip by sending an email with contact info to Hamsafar.adabiat@gmail.com.


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