IBNA- Persian translation of the postmodern novel ‘The life of insects’ (1993) by noted Russian author Viktor Pelevin which manifests his characters desperate search for truth has been published in Persian.
IBNA - Experts believe that the development of Persian and its higher quality of education is an important cultural characteristic of Iran that is preserving the national and strategic interests of the country in the international community.
IBNA- ‘I'm Thinking of Ending Things: A Novel ’ by Canadian debut novelist Iain Reid which is a psychological thriller and horror fiction has been published in Persian and is available at Iranian bookstores.
IBNA- Philosophical book, 'Marx and Freedom, Issue 2 of Great philosophers’ by English literary theorist, critic, and public intellectual Terry Eagleton has been translated into Persian and published.
IBNA- A book on statistics ‘Multiple Regression Analysis Path Analysis Logistic Regression Analysis’ by Hooshang Nayebi (PhD) has been jointly published by the University of Tehran and international scientific publisher, Springer.
IBNA- Political-historical book ‘Children of Monsters: An Inquiry Into the Sons and Daughters of Dictators’ (2015) by American journalist Jay Nordlinger which probes the corruption of political systems has been published in Persian.
IBNA- Modern tragedy novel, ‘Requiem for a Dream’ (1978) by American novelist, poet and screenwriter Hubert Selby Jr. on the consequences of addiction has been published in Persian and is available in Iranian bookstores.
IBNA- Romance-historical novel, 'City of Girls' (2019) by celebrated American author and journalist Elizabeth Gilbert which features the pleasures and pains of a real life has been published in Persian.
IBNA- ‘Blood and Oil: Mohammed bin Salman's Ruthless Quest for Global Power’ by award-winning Wall Street Journal reporters Justin Scheck & Bradley Hope on the power game in Saudi Arabia has been published in Persian.
IBNA- On the occasion of the 250th birthday anniversary of three German geniuses Beethoven, Hegel and Hölderlin Tehran's Book City will hold an online session on Tuesday to honor their achievements.