(and our first male guest)
His name is Meysam Ahmadi, and he lives in Tehran, Iran with his wife Ghazaleh and little Jesse—do those last two names ring familiar to you? They just might--if you were able to watch last month’s video interview (13 minutes), when Ghazaleh and Jesse the chihuahua were featured! And Meysam, a video designer and editor by profession, is the one who edited that video for us! But now he’s our special interviewee for this blogpost--and was kind enough to edit his own videoclip as well!
So, in Meysam’s interview segment below (21 minutes), Meysam will also share a few details and thoughts about him, his family, his culture, his growing up years, and his current life in Iran.
Meysam expresses his thanks for your attention and interest! If after the interview you have any questions or comments for him, please feel free to enter them here or in the “Comments” section that follows the video.
Meysam, we also thank you [Kheilee mamnoon] for being the third person to take part in this interview series! You will also find Meysam’s video interview on YouTube! (Please invite others to view as well!)
P.S. A final detail: In my next blogpost (in the next week or so), I will have the honor of introducing you to a fellow author (Elizabeth, from England!) who has made it her business to interview ME and post the writeup on her website! A clever writer of cozy mysteries (and who doesn’t like a cozy mystery?), she playfully claims she “tells lies for a living.” Hope you’ll pay a visit then!
Dr. Leslie Ahmadi discovered her intercultural calling in her parents’ home at age four--where between the jazz, the spirituals, and the rock ‘n roll music, she heard folk songs in languages from around the world. Thirty years later she had a doctorate in foreign language and culture education--and her folk song guitar never far away.