IBNA- A commemoration ceremony is scheduled to be held on the occasion of the 50th demise anniversary of the leading Iranian poetess Forough Farrokhzad (1935-1967) at Chehar Sou Cinema Complex in Tehran today.
IBNA– Iran’s Center for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults will cooperate with the National Post Company in the International Letter-Writing Competition on letters to the Secretary-General of the United Nations program.
IBNA– Secretary of Iran’s 3rd International Biennial Book Cartoon announced the submission of 2,130 works from 74 countries to the secretariat of the biennial.
IBNA- Leading Bulgarian-French philosopher, sociologist, historian and literary theorist Tzvetan Todorov passed away due to a progressive brain disorder on Tuesday, February 5 in Paris. He was 77.
IBNA- Noted German poet and essayist Martin Mosebach will hold a meeting with Iranian experts and literature enthusiasts in Tehran’s Book City on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
IBNA– In the opening ceremony of the Provincial Book Fair held in Kashan, Deputy Culture Minister stated that 60,000 books have been published from the beginning of the Iranian year.
IBNA– The book ‘Essays on Plasco Building’, about the recently burned down iconic building of Tehran was published and dedicated to Iranian firefighters martyred during rescue efforts in that place.
IBNA- The Bosnian assistant professor of Persian language at the University of Sarajevo stressed that Persian literature is part of the cultural heritage of Bosnia people.
IBNA- The book, ‘The Friend’s Companion’ featuring oral history of the late Iranian Commander-in-Chief and Minister of Defense during the Imposed War, Major General Mohammad Salimi will be unveiled in the Museum-Garden of Sacred Defense.
IBNA- ‘The Bird, the Boy and the Train’, a book for children by the celebrated Iranian poet and writer Ahmad Reza Ahmadi, will participate at the 54th Bologna Children’s Book Fair scheduled for April 3-6.
IBNA– Persian literature Professor Mohammad-Reza Sahfiei Kadkani believes inheriting Persian language and literature a divine gift granted to Iranians and neighboring countries insisting that Persian language teachers are responsible to preserve this language.
IBNA- At the recent New Delhi World Book Fair held from 7 to 15 January, Executive Deputy of Nigeria International Book Fair invited Iran to participate in this event.
IBNA- As the New Delhi World Book Fair (NDWBF) opened today in the capital of India, 70 Iranian publishers are participating in this event with 160 books of the Iranian contemporary literature.
IBNA– In the National Conference of Nima, Tabari Language and Poetry, Iran’s Culture Minister Seyyed Reza Salehi Amiri said that Iranian Moderist poet Nima Yushij made permanent efforts to preserve Tabari language.
IBNA- A two-day conference on two legendary Asian thinkers and poets, Iranian Sa’di and Chinese Confucius will be held at China’s Northwest University on January 8 and 9.
IBNA– Cultural and Artistic Creations Bureau of Iran’s Center for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (CIDCYA) will host 57 storytellers from Iran and the world, from February 15 to 18.
IBNA – In a meeting with Iranian Cultural Attaché to Iraq, the Iraqi Minister of Higher Education Abdul Razzaq al-Issi called for decentralization of Persian language training in Baghdad and teaching it throughout his country.
IBNA – The book of the 8th Tehran International Biennial of Children’s and Young Adults’ Art Competition was published by the Center for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults.
IBNA- The 2nd National Conference of Book and Publication will be held on February 12, 2017 in Tehran.
IBNA– A Persian language professor from Bosnia said that Persian has been used in Bosnia since the Ottoman rule and is known as the language of poetry in that country.