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The wildly imaginative poems in Daniel Khalastchi’s Tradition bring to life a speaker struggling to find balance between familial pressure and personal identity, religious faith and recognition of the world’s calamities. An Iraqi Jewish American and graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, Khalastchi’s much-anticipated follow-up to his award-winning debut is a surreal cir de coeura darkly humorous wonderland too fantastical and fresh to be doubted.
Born and raised in Iowa, Daniel Khalastchi is a first-generation Iraqi Jewish American. A graduate of The University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop and a recent fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, he is the author of Manoleria (2011), winner of the Tupelo Press First Book Prize. Khalastchi is currently the Assistant Director of the Undergraduate Certificate in Writing Program at the University of Iowa. He lives in Iowa City and is a cofounder and editor of Rescue Press.