Jodeyri's first book, Dream of the Amphibious Girl, a collection of poems, was published in 2000, followed byLogical, a collection of short stories, in 2001. In 2006 she published The Raven, a selection of Edgar Allan Poe's poems translated into Persian. Jodeyri's second collection of poems, Some pink inclined to my blood, was published in 2007, and she has written another collection of poems which has been banned from publication in Iran.
Her poetry has been translated into English, Swedish and Dutch. In March 2008 she founded Khorshid, the Iranian Women's Poetry Prize. She is also a member of the (now banned) Association of Iranian Journalists and has published literary articles in several Iranian journals and newspapers, including Etemad e Melli, Yas e no and the Sarve website.
Jodeyri arrived in Chiusi with her husband, Ehsan Abeydi, a fellow journalist, poet, and literary critic, in 2011.