Works at Poetry
Maybe your poems aren’t good enough to warrent publication by a professional and experienced publisher.
No, only if you are threatened upon your life by your government or own people due to convictions or deeds falling in under the human rights treatises could your expect to be protected by another government.
Publish first. Then see how it goes – I am sad to say.
I’ve shown my poems to a lot of people(at least 3 literature teacher) and they said it’s really good. But I can’t publish it because it’s political and the dictator government of Iran
Who says you cannot publish it?
You can publish it – by copy machine, printer, pamphlets written in hand, mobile phone, USB-dead drops, leaving poems in public places, sending to poetry sites and Iran nationals living abroad.
But do you want to get caught and punished by the moral police?!
And consider very much, if what matters most is your poetry or finding recognition for your poetry.
Former Animal and watch fanatic. Animal rights supporter
No, that’s a piss poor reason for claiming asylum. There are certain subjects you can’t write about if they are aimed at causing trouble or pointless offence.
From your profile you are a bed wetting fourteen year old. Go away.
It’s political and about Iran’s dictator government
Still not good enough to claim asylum. Publish and see if that gives you an excuse,
M.A in English Literature, International Islamic University, Islamabad (Graduated 2016)
I think you should respect and follow your country rules instead defaming your own country!!!!!
Author and Publisher
Being unable to publish a book (of any kind) is considered an economic limitation. Most countries do not consider your economic situation as relevant for refugee status. Refugee consideration is usually due to threat of life due to religious or political persecution or environmental calamity.
He’s fourteen, and a bed wetter, read his posts.
Poem writing is my dearest passion.
Seeking refugee status is a complex legal process that typically involves demonstrating a well-founded fear of persecution based on factors such as race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion. While restrictions on freedom of expression, including the ability to publish a book, can be a concern, it’s important to note that the decision to grant refugee status depends on a variety of factors and the specific circumstances of each case.
Persecution related to the publication of a poem book could potentially be considered a form of persecution based on political opinion or expression, but each case is unique. It’s crucial to consult with legal experts or organizations that specialize in refugee and asylum issues to get accurate and up-to-date information about your specific situation.
If you’re facing challenges in expressing yourself or feel persecuted in your home country, you may want to reach out to human rights organizations, legal aid groups, or immigration lawyers who can provide guidance on your options and help you navigate the asylum process if applicable. Keep in mind that international refugee and asylum laws can vary, so it’s important to seek advice tailored to your specific circumstances.
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Can’t publish your poems in Iran? Move to Iraq