IBNA- Serbian translation of the well-known Persian teenage book ‘The Stories of Majid’ which has been translated into Serbian and published will be unveiled at Belgrade Book Fair scheduled for October 20.
IBNA- The Oxford book ‘After the Earth Quakes: Elastic Rebound on an Urban Planet’ by Susan Elizabeth Hough and Roger G. Bilham which contains practical knowledge has been translated into Persian and released.
IBNA- ‘Acting Characters: 20 Simple Steps from Rehearsal to Performance’, a book by the actor and author Paul Elsam which focuses on Konstantin Stanislavski’s innovations in theater and film performance has been translated into Persian.
IBNA- ‘The Solar Corona’, a book by Leon Golub and Jay M. Pasachoff which provides scientific answers for longstanding questions about the star of life on earth has been translated into Persian and released.
IBNA- With her book ‘Guest House for Young Widows’, Iranian-American writer and journalist Azadeh Moaveni was nominated for nonfiction Bloomsbury and Vintage Award which have raised prize money to £50,000.
IBNA- In a part of her book, ‘Persian Pictures, a Book of Travel’, British writer, and archaeologist Gertrude Margaret Lowthian Bell (1868–1926) meticulously observed the Iranian lifestyle and described Muharram and Ashura mourning ceremony.
IBNA- Describing the plan of establishing the Association of Written Heritage Supporters, Director of Iran’s National Library and Archives announced that a statue by the leading Iranian sculpture Parviz Tanavoli will be installed in the library.
IBNA- The book ‘Disheveled and Dusty’, an interpretation on the eventful day of Ashura (Muharram 10), addressed by the 8th Shi'ite Imam Reza (AS) to one of his companions Rian Ibn Shobaib has been published.