No Winner Announced for Jalal Ale Ahmad Award
Publish Date : Saturday 23 November 2013 - 19:27
6th Jalal Ale Ahmad Award wrapped up naming no winners in any of its sections.
The closing ceremony of the award was held on Saturday parallel with the birth anniversary of Jalal, prominent contemporary writer.
The award had no winners in any of its sections; however several works have been announced as praiseworthy works:
-'Theories, Perspectives and Methods in Styles' by Mahmoud Fotouhi, published by Sokhan
-'Ejtemaeyoun Amiyoun' by Sohrab Yazdani published by Ney
-'Shabanyeh Intifada' by Safaoding Tabraeian, published by Islamic Revolution Document Center
-'The Tariq al Qods Battle' by Amir Razagh Zadeh, published by Sacred Defense Research and Document Center
Jalal Ale Ahmad Award is the most lucrative literary award in the Islamic Republic of Iran in which works in various literary genres are considered.
As many as 156 judges have screened the award’s submissions.
The award was established in 2007 and its closing ceremony is held every year on November 23.
Promotion of the Persian language and the religious literature of the country, and honoring the best creators of works are the award’s major goals.