Past Contributor Reading Series: Hedieh Mehdi Zadeh Kashani

Today in our last video for installment four of the PCRS, Hedieh Mehdi Zadeh Kashani reading her poem “Language Barrier” from untethered vol. 3.2.

Hedieh Mehdi Zadeh Kashani is from Tehran, Iran. She moved to Toronto to do a Master’s degree in English literature and diaspora studies. She is currently in her second year of law school and feels there might be a certain kind of poetic justice in that. You can read more of her work in Looseleaf Magazine, the Harthouse Review, and Echolocation.

If you missed this gorgeous issue, you can still grab a copy here.

See Hedieh read this poem, or read it for yourself, below!


That’s a wrap for installment four of the Past Contributor Reading Series. But don’t worry we have another three wonderful installments with over 20 more readers lined up for you and the rest of the summer so stay tuned, follow us on social media or subscribe to our website (links on the right!) to stay up to date with all things untethered! If you missed any of our previous installments you can find them here in our archive!

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