Mojabi: Wish the books published with respect, without hostility

 
Publish Date : Wednesday 15 October 2014 - 15:15
 
 
IBNA- On his birthday on October 14, the celebrated Iranian poet and author Javad Mojabi, wished that the process of publishing books be performed far from hostility and that literature is respected.
Mojabi: Wish the books published with respect, without hostility
 
In an interview with IBNA, Mojabi hoped that every author and poet could publish his/her book within the legal framework and in the country’s benefits.
“Now most of my books don’t exist in the market and they need being republished but this process is faced some problems,” the poet of ‘The Long Poem of Contemplation’ said.
Mojabi stated that for the first time he wrote the story of 'Bijan and Manijeh' in the late September, 1956. This was his first step to enter the literature world and he published his first book when he was 25.
Javad Mojabi, poet, author, painter and journalist was born in October 15, 1939 in Qazvin.
His books consists of ‘Me, Ayoub and the Sunset’, ‘From Heart to Paper,’ ‘The bright Story,’ ‘Tablet and Ayoub.’
Also, his short stories consist of ‘The night of Grasshopper,’ ‘Mummies,’ ‘Crossing the Red Light,’ ‘The silent Towers,’ ‘The Lost Garden.’
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