IBNA- The Iranian book for children, ‘Sponge Baby Goats’ by Afsane Shabannejad has been translated into English and released.
IBNA- On the occasion of Slovakian cultural week in Tehran, an exhibition featuring Persian manuscripts from Bratislava Library opened in Iran’s Book and Documented Heritage Museum on Sunday.
IBNA- Director of international publication task force said that 25 international publishers have received visa until now to participate at the 31st Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF).
IBNA- Four Iranian publishers are participating at the 34th Tunis International Book Fair which kicked off with the slogan “Read to Live Twice” on April 6.
IBNA- Writing for ‘Paris Review’, Iranian-American journalist Sasha von Oldershausen has made a comparative study of two stories by Jerome David Salinger and the Iranian movie 'Pari' by Dariush Mehrjui based on these stories.
IBNA- Iran is participating in the 38th Paris Book Fair, where ‘Booklessness’ a celebrated Iranian book gained the attention of Albanian, Indian and Algerian publishers for translation and release.
IBNA- Iran's Deputy Culture Minister for cultural affairs Mohsen Javadi met Slovakian Ambassador to Tehran on Monday discussing the development of cultural interactions between the two countries.
IBNA- The Secretariat of the 31st Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF) issued a call to register foreign publishers interested in participating at the upcoming event.
IBNA- British Publisher John Murray is publishing a memoir by the former secretary general of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon which includes his account of confrontations between Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Barack Obama.
IBNA- The chef-d'oeuvre of the Iranian mystical poetry ‘Masnavi’ by Rumi became the bestseller translated work into Arabic during the first three days of Cairo International Book Fair.
IBNA- Forgotten Books Publishing in London has released a new English translation of the ‘Bostan’ of Sa’di from the complete original Persian into English verse by G. S. Davie.
IBNA- On the fifth day of the 26th New Delhi World Book Fair Head of the Federation of Indian Publishers (FIP) India’s Union of Publishers N.K. Mehra visited Iran’s stand in this event.
IBNA- The 26th New Delhi World Book Fair which opened today is hosting Iranian publications presenting 470 titles in this.
IBNA- German researcher and writer Lena Späth who lived in Iran for several years has recently authored and published the book ‘Behind Closed Curtains: Interior Design in Iran’.
IBNA- The book, ‘Uncommon Type: Some Stories’ by outstanding American actor and filmmaker Tom Hanks is being translated to Persian and will be released by Ofogh Publishing.
IBNA- The 13th Karachi International Book Fair which opened on Thursday in Expo Center, Karachi, will run by Monday as Iran has participated at this event.
IBNA- Tiny Owl Publishing, the prime publisher of children and young adults books in UK has tasked the Iranian artist Ehsan Abdollahi to illustrate the new work of US poet Eloise Greenfield.
IBNA– Attended by Iranian representatives, the 28th Doha International Book Fair opened yesterday and will run until December 5 at Qatar National Convention Center (QNCC).
IBNA- ‘Comics for a Strange World’ is the second collection by Iranian cartoonists Reza Farazmand which is released by Penguin Books.
IBNA– The 4th meeting of the directors of the national libraries of the ECO member states will be held in Dushanbe, from November 27 to 29.