|Born||8 January 1937|
|Died||3 January 1985 (aged 47)|
|Literary movement||Persian literature|
Bahram Sadeghi (Persian: بهرام صادقی, romanized: Bahrām Sadeqī; 8 January 1937, in Najaf-Ābād, Isfahan – 3 January 1985, in Tehran) was an Iranian poet and modernist fiction writer. Sadeghi's characters, many of them failed government employees and frustrated intellectuals, are consumed by anxiety and terror, and at times even undergo Kafkaesque transmutations and mutilations.
- The Heavenly Kingdom (in Persian: ملکوت)
Short story collection
- Tomorrow is on the way
- The evening prayer
- Mr. writer has just started to write
- Honarmand, Saeed. "SADEQI, BAHRAM". Iranica. Retrieved 19 January 2017.
- Some of Sadeghi's stories to read online
- Sadeqieh Dar Bayat Isfahan (Tehran: Goman) (Literary reflections on the prominent Iranian modernist fiction writer, Bahram Sadeqi)