Pirzad's first novel, Cheragh-ha ra man khamush mikonam ("I Will Turn Off the Lights"; published in English as Things We Left Unsaid) has been published numerous times in Iran and has been translated to several languages. She won the Hooshang Golshiri Literary Award for The Best Novel of the Year for her "superb characterization, ingenious representation of the conflicting emotions of a woman, creating suspense through defamiliarization of everyday life, creating a language in perfect harmony with the theme and characters of the novel".
- Things We Left Unsaid (Cheragh-ha ra man khamush mikonam), tr. Franklin Lewis, London: Oneworld, 2012.
- Yek ruz mandeh beh eid-e pak ("One Day Till Easter")
- Ta'am gass khormalu ("The Acrid Taste of Persimmon")
- Mesl-e hameh asr-ha ("Like Every Evening")
- Adat mikonim ("We Will Get Used to It")
All the books mentioned above have been translated into French and published by Zulma Publishers in Paris.
Zoya Pirzad's works have also been translated into German, Italian, Turkish, and Greek, published in those countries.
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