IBNA- The Iranian Festival for Bibliophile Villages is an annual event for nomination of ten Villages as Bibliophile Villages of Iran.
IBNA- In the past five years, reading promotion projects in Iran have enjoyed a fresh start. An astonishing number of groups and individual book promoters have started new and innovative rounds of activities.
IBNA- Iran’s Culture Ministry Spokesman said that Tehran Book Fair will be held at Tehran’s Book Garden next year. He also expressed hope that the questioning Culture Ministry on auditing books is removed from the agenda of the Majlis (Parliament).
IBNA- At a session held for considering the book ‘A Social History of Iranian Cinema’ by Hamid Nafisi, translated into Persian by Mohammad Shahba, the experts said that this book calls for cineastes, the knowledgeable, active readers.
IBNA- The unveiling ceremony of the five-volume series ‘History of Persian Book Publishing, from Its Beginning to the revolution”, written by Farid Moradi was held on Saturday, May 30, 2015, at Iran’s House of Literati.
IBNA- This week’s guest of Ayandeh Bookstore weekly programs being held on Thursdays was the eminent Iranian theaterician Pari Saberi who said: “Stage is always there”.
IBNA- Shakeh Amirian from the only Armenian publishing house in Iran elaborates on the challenges she and her colleagues face in publishing industry as well as at the Tehran International Book Fair.
The translator of 'A Little Happiness' by French writer Félix Leclerc believes many prominent plays by world's greatest writers still wait to be translated into Persian.
The Encyclopedia of the holy Quran is a 100% analytical and intellectual work which is incomparable to any other such works even done on the book, said supervisor of the Persian rendition of the work.
A pronounced Iranian professor believes that for Iranian works to get international recognition, a scientific initiative is required.
‘Guy and the Goblin City’, the latest book by Iranian writer and illustrator Sadaf Fadaeian, has been picked up for the 2014 Bologna Children’s Book Fair.
Jehan Helou, President of The International Board on Books for Young People (PBBY) and the founder of the Tamer Institute, believes that in the recent years many book fairs have been convened in Arab countries with exceptional focus on works for children that can prompt publishers into acting in the ...
The spokesperson of the National Library and Archives of the Islamic Republic of Iran said that some four years ago, Poland donated a map to Iran dating back to the 16th century which was indeed a major success considering the sanctions.
An expert attending the seminar of 80th Anniversary of Iran-Denmark Relations said the travel accounts provided by Danish researchers and globetrotters are valuable resources for historical research studies on the Middle East studies.
Iran's former ambassador to Denmark maintains that formation of relations between Iran and Denmark sparked a new translation wave in the history of the two countries since the Crusades.
A senior cultural official from Iran, Abbas Salehi, believes that the private sector should be prompted to bolster cultural, publication and print industry relations between Tehran and Kabul.
An Iranian print-industry and publication delegation, sent to Afghanistan, have held their first meeting with Afghan publishers in Kabul to explore avenues of mutual cooperation in the publication sector.
A senior geography expert at Shahid Beheshti University said Immanuel Kant’s ‘Critique of Pure Reason’, which is the basis of the world’s scientific geography, is inspired by Ferdowsi’s magnum opus Shahnameh.
Cultural Deputy of Iran’s Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance said a cultural assembly should be formed to address the vast common cultural grounds between Iran and Afghanistan.
The two-volume collection of ‘Masterpieces of Persian Art from Polish Collections’ was unveiled in Iran yesterday.