|Internal Report Report|
Laureates of Gam-e Aval announced
The panel of judges for the 5th Gam-e Aval Award has announced the award's winners and praiseworthy works. The closing ceremony of the festival was held yesterday (October 30, 2011) in Sanandaj.
IBNA: The winners of the award numbered 14 and 4 praiseworthy works were lauded in the ceremony. The pieces were picked from among 1760 works submitted to the secretariat of the award.
Various categories of works are screened by the panel of judges for the award including adult fiction, children's poetry, children's fiction, theology, ethics, mysticism, Quranic sciences, Hadith and biographies of the infallibles (Prophet Mohammad's household). To be eligible for scrutiny by judges the works need to be their writers' first work. Assessments encompassed all the works published in the previous year in the Iranian calendar in the country.
In children's section, two winners and three praiseworthy works were venerated in the ceremony.
The following is the complete list of the lauded works:
Winner: Only one Cone Ice-cream by Elham Husseini Zaveh; printed in Mashad by Beh Nashr
Praiseworthy: Vase-like Ear by Javad Rahnama; printed in Tehran by Mashgh-e Honar
Praiseworthy: Mother's Mystery Chest by Sedigheh Khosravi; printed in Tehran by Elmi-va-Farhangi
A: New poetry:
Winner: Undated Letters by Komeil Ghasemi; printed in Tehran by Payam Emruz
B: Classical poetry:
Winner: Green Pomegranate, Red Olive by Puneh Nikuei; printed in Tehran by Hezareh Ghoghnus
Winner: From Deer to Dove by Ghasem Sarafan; printed in Tehran by Aram Del
Winner: Ice Man by Shirin Eshaghi; printed in Tehran by Amir Kabir
Winner: Irandokht by Behnam Naseh; printed in Tehran by Amout
Winner: Mahmira by Omid Kourehchi; printed in Tehran by Iran's Ghalam Society
Quranic and narrative sciences:
Winner: Fakhr Razi and the Great Exegesis by Zahra Shafahi; printed in Tehran by the Book House
Winner: Lady Amin and Interpretation of the Makhzanol Arefan by Marziyeh Eslamiat; printed in Tehran by the Book House
Winner: Realism in Quranic Tales by Najmeh Ghorbani; printed in Tehran by the Jahad Daneshgahi Publication Organization
Winner: The Household's view on Quranic Sciences by Ali Asghar Nasehian; printed in Mashad by Razavi Islamic Sciences University
Ethics and Mysticism:
Praiseworthy: The role of religious faith in individual and social reform by Sa'adollah Hassani; printed in Qom by Bustan Ketab
Praiseworthy: Meibodi and Interpretation of Kashfol-asrar by Ezatollah Mortezaei; printed in Tehran by the Book House
Lives of the Infallibles:
Winner: Finding the Sea by Salman Saket; printed in Tehran by Hamshahri
Two works were lauded by Kurdistan province, host of the closing ceremony of the festival:
Children poetry: the Naughty Cat by Roman Dehzni; printed in Sanandaj by Kalej
Children fiction: the Windmill Girl by Faranak Kazemi; printed in Sanandaj by Kalej
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