Listen to Sussan Deyhim on the soundtrack album for SHOWTIME's great new series & Golden Globe nominated "SLEEPER CELL"! Now available on Nona Hendrix’s Rhythmbank featuring: Paul Haslinger, Citizen Cope, Tricky, Faithless, Jon Hassell and Nona Hendrix.

With live performances by Nona Hendrix
and Sussan Deyhim
With special guest DJ D-NICE
Venue: Cain | 544 West 27th st. NYC
Date: Tuesday, April 18, 2006
Time: 12:00 AM Info: 212.479.7796

Sussan Deyhim’s acclaimed solo album "Mad Man of God" and "Shy Angel" in collaboration with Bill Laswell (CRAMMED DISCS) is now available in the US. Distribution (RYKO DISCS)

Hear Sussan Deyhim at Radio National with Laura Flanders.
Sunday night, April 16th @ 9 pm
Guest-host NED SUBLET On Air America Radio heard nationally in New York on WLIB, 1190 AM

AND on "Khaaneh-ye doost" (Friend’s Home)
Saturday April 14, 2006
On 670AM & Live on the internet
Time: 12.45 PM PST

LIVE from the NYPL presents:
An evening featuring seven brilliant women!

Azar Nafisi
Shirin Neshat
Roya Hakakian
Azadeh Moaveni
Shohreh Aghdashloo
Sussan Deyhim
Lila Azam Zanganeh

Venue: Celeste Bartos Forum
Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Time: 7:00 PM
LIVE from the New York Public Library
As the media tracks Iran's growing nuclear arsenal and its potential as an ideological powder keg, the Islamic Republic looms larger than ever in the American imagination. Yet the country remains grossly misunderstood--seen either as the third pillar of Bush's "axis of evil" or as a nation teeming with teens who clamor for democracy, Western-style. Beneath it all, Iranians--and their lives in the Islamic Republic--remain shrouded in myth and stereotypes. So who in the world are Iranians in these shifting times?

Lila Azam Zanganeh, who aims "to corrode fixed ideas and turn cultural and political clichés on their heads," is editor of *My Sister, Guard Your Veil; My Brother, Guard Your Eyes*, and will have a conversation with Azar Nafisi, on the chrysalid of identity politics versus the durable pigments of individual imagination. When politics collide with poetry. A panel will follow with Azar Nafisi, Shirin Neshat, Roya Hakakian, Azadeh Moaveni and Lila Azam Zanganeh, moderator, about the problematic notion of Iranian identity: Who are we in these shifting times and how do we devise ways to formulate it? The panel will give incisive perspectives on race, religion, and sexuality in--and in exile from--the Islamic Republic. Oscar-nominated actress Shohreh Aghdashloo will read from the book, and Sussan Deyhim, the most famous Persian vocalist, will perform.

This event is co-sponsored by PEN American Center.

$15 general admission and $10 library donors, seniors and students with valid identification *BUY TICKETS*