Born in Sari, in northern Iran, Emadi began writing poems during childhood. Appearing in numerous magazines, Clara Janes published his first collection of poetry, La flor de los renglones (The flower of the lines), in Spain. He continues the work of contemporary Iranian poet Ahmad Shamlou to preserve Iran’s native folklore. He has been featured at many international poetry festivals, including the International Poetry Festival of Moncayo, Mahalta International Poetry Festival, The International Symposium on Rumi (Turkey), and International Symposium on Nietzsche (Finland). Emadi has translated extensively from English and Spanish to Persian and his own works have been translated into various languages. Emadi is the founder and editor of several Iranian websites including Shamlou.org, and The house of world poets, a Persian anthology of world poetry. He holds the sole rights for digital publishing of the works of Ahmad Shamlou including Ketab Kuche, (The Book of Alley). He won the international prize of Poesia de Miedo in October 2010.
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