IBNA- The young adults' fiction book ‘The Night of Wishes’ by outstanding German writer Michael Ende which portrays a sorcerer who spends the last hours of the year’s last day published in Iran.
IBNA- Cultural Association of Iran’s Publishers of Books for Children and Young Adults really hold the meeting “Iran’s achievements and experiences at 2018 Frankfurt Book Fair (FBF)”
IBNA- Prolific Iranian satirist and poet Abolfazl Zarouyi Nasrabad died of heart failure in Ahmadabad-e Mostowfi, Tehran Province Saturday night. He was 49.
According to IBNA correspondent, the novel with the original title ‘L’Ordre du jour’ has been translated into Persian for the second time by Mahin Kazemi and released by Rozaneh Publishing in Tehran. In ‘Agenda’, by highlighting certain interrelated actions and ...
IBNA- The collection of short stories ‘Goodbye, Columbus’ by the leading American writer Philip Roth centered on the life of American Jews after the Second World War has been translated into Persian and released.
IBNA- From the series of programs held by Bukhara Magazine, “The Night of Houshang Moradi Kermani” will be held in Calgary, Canada to honor the acclaimed Iranian writer of books for children and young adults.
IBNA- The acclaimed novel, ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’ by Pakistani-American writer Mohsin Hamid will be reviewed at the meeting in the House of Literati affiliated to Iran’s House Institute (IBHI).
IBNA- A weekly program of Tehran’s Book City which is scheduled for Tuesday has been devoted to the voyages of Charles Darwin titled “Darwin the Globetrotter”.
IBNA- An Iranian fiction writer Abbas Abdi who created works both for adults and children passed away on Friday due to cancer. He was 66.
The representatives of UNICEF will visit Iran’s book reading clubs and will be informed of the latest programs which are underway there.
IBNA- The 20th Mashhad International Book Fair is scheduled for November 23 to 30 with 700 local and 20 foreign publishers in attendance.
IBNA- Veteran Iranian writer, translator journalist and sociologist Anvar Khamei died last night in Rejaei Hospital of Karaj due to respiratory failure. He was 102.
On the Occasion of the 14th birth anniversary of Iran’s Books News Agency (IBNA), a celebration was held yesterday with our editorial and a number of Iranian cultural officials in attendance.
IBNA- The most recent books by Zoraosterian, Armenian and Jewish publishers in Iran will be unveiled in the Literati House affiliated to Iran’s Book House Institute on Wednesday, November 21.
IBNA- ‘Peeps into Persia’ (1913) a book written by Dorothy de Warzée, the wife of Belgian ambassador to Iran Léon le Maire de Warzée in Qajar era has been translated into Persian.
IBNA- ‘Nowhere Man’, the only novel by Bosnian-American writer Aleksandar Hemon which has been translated into Persian is a collection of linked stories centered around Jozef Pronek, a Bosnian refugee.
IBNA- Acclaimed Iranian writer of books for children and young adults Houshang Moradi Kermani said that although book is always discussed but is also a stranger.
IBNA- Persian Magazine ‘Bukhara’ will hold a program, “The Night of Edward Said” in Tehran’s House of Humanities’ Thinkers today to commemorate the leading American-Palestinian academic and cultural critic who passed away on 2003.
IBNA- The First Book from the Series of ‘Beetle Boy’ by the British writer M. G. Leonard has been translated into Persian and released Indie Iranian bookstores.
IBNA- Iranian Ambassador to Austria made a primary agreement with the director of Austrian National Library Johanna Rachinger to hold an exhibition of Persian books in that library.