Sayrafiezadeh's plays include New York is Bleeding, Autobiography of a Terrorist, The World Might Be Uninhabited, All Fall Away, and Long Dream in Summer. They have been produced or read at South Coast Repertory, New York Theatre Workshop, The Humana Festival of New American Plays, The Lark Theatre, and at The Sundance Institute.
Sayrafiezadeh's personal essays have appeared on the literary website Mr. Beller's Neighborhood.
His fiction includes "When Skateboards Will Be Free," first published in the literary journal Granta 91: Wish You Were Here, and "Most Livable City," published in The Paris Review. "Appetite" and "Paranoia" were published in The New Yorker.
- Sayrafiezadeh, Saïd. "My Mother and the Stranger". Open City. Retrieved June 13, 2010.
- Said Sayrafiezadeh web site, retrieved December 9, 2006.
- Mr. Bellers Neighborhood literary web site, Said Sayrafiezadeh web search page, retrieved December 9, 2006.
- Granta 91: Wish You Were Here web site, Table of Contents, retrieved December 9, 2006.
- Sayrafiezadeh, S, Most Livable City (on-line abstract), The Paris Review, Spring 2006, Issue No. 176, retrieved December 9, 2006
- "When Skateboards Will Be Free". Random House. Retrieved June 13, 2010.
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