Publishing History



Recent Publishing History:


One Story, Thirty Stories: An Anthology of Contemporary Afghan American Literature (University of Arkansas Press, Nov. 2010) co-edited by Zohra Saed and Sahar Muradi


Misspelled Cities/Falsch Geschriebene Stadte: Notebook 105, by Sahar Muradi and Zohra Saed. Poetry Chapbook for Documenta 13. (Kassel, Germany). Bilingual: English/German. (2012)


“Samsa on Sheepshead Bay: Central Asian Foodprints in Southern Brooklyn,” Eating Asian America: A Food Studies Reader Edited by Robert Ku, Anita Mannur and Martin Manalansan (NYU Press: 2013).

“When I Thought I was Arab but Turned out to be Chinese” and “Interviews with Afghan American Artists and Writers” THE ASIAN AMERICAN LITERARY REVIEW: SPECIAL ISSUE MIXE

“An Historic Survey of the Educational System in Afghanistan,” International Education: An Encyclopedia of Contemporary Issues and Systems Ed. Daniel Ness and Chia-ling Lin. M.E. Sharpe (November, 2012).

Testimonies. Asian American Literary Reviews Special Issue Commemorating the 10th Anniversary of September 11. Vol. 2 Issue 1.5, 2011.  The Asian American Literary Review. University of Maryland.

Gazelle Samizay: Claustrophobic Spaces, the Art of Tucking Away and Radical Self MakingZohra Saed, (March 1, 2011) Contemporary Practices vol. VII (Dubai, UAE).


Aug. 2012 “Kandahar” Split This Rock Poem of the Week.

2011  Poetry. Seven Leaves, One Autumn: Seven International Womens Poetry, Sukrita Singh, Savita Paul Kumar. (Rajkamal Publishing House: New Delhi, India). An anthology of seven international poets.


 “Upsetting Brooklyn” Eleanor J. Bader, The Brooklyn Rail. March 2011.

 “Afghan American writing ‘One Story, Thirty Stories'” Interview with Bruce Wallace PRI’s The World, (WNYC Radio, NY). February 4, 2011

“Zohra Saed and Sedika Mojadidi read from One Story, Thirty Stories: An Anthology of Afghan-American American Literature (University of Arkansas Press)” Interview with Leonard Schwartz on Cross Cultural Poetics, KAOS-FM at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. January, 2011.

“Afghan Americans: Three Poets, Two Editors” Levantine Review, The Levantine Center. Los Angeles, CA. January 4, 2011.

 “South Asian Journalist Association Webcast: One Story, Thirty Stories” Interview with Sree Sreenivasan. NY, NY. January 14, 2011.


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