Hossein Syed is a man of few words. He tries his level best to break the mould of current writing clichés (the pretension is too real) and a terrible fondness for script-orientated prose, but it’s an on-going, deathly struggle against consumerist television, cold-drink commercials, and happy-meal brochures. He just prays that the audience spares more attention-span for his works, too. So he tries, mostly in vain, and thinks of novel ways to tell his stories.
When he’s not writing, he pretends to busy himself with Literature and Linguistics research, amateur drawing, and funny attempts at gardening.