Elia Youlesivanson was born in Iran in 1963 into an Assyrian family. He wrote two books: The Last First Time and The Day Before Tomorrow. Right now, he's working on his next novel, Ineffable.
References[edit | edit source]
Youlesivanson, Elia. The Last First Time. Xlibris Corp, 2015.
Early Days[edit | edit source]
From his childhood, he had a strong passion for reading novels and from that time, he started to write short stories in his notebook. In his young hood, he read two books which totally altered his point of view. The first one was the Blind Owl by Sadegh Hedayat and the other book was The Old Man and Sea of Ernest Hemmingway
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