Bahareh Rezaei is a poet and literary critic who was born in 1978 in Roodsar, Iran. Having discovered a passion for poetry when she was very young, she began writing seriously when she was fifteen. Since then, she has worked as a literary editor, literary agent and as a judge in poetry festivals. She has attended numerous international poetry readings and conferences in Europe and North America.
Her poetry collections include Anita, the Bride of Four Seasons of Silence (1999), God Has a New Plan for Me (2002), Did you Have to Shoot Me Today? (2004), The Protocol (2010) and The Widow Death Outbreak of Tehran (2015).