IBNA- Science fiction novel 'The Begum's Fortune' (1879) by prominent French writer Jules Verne, a cautionary, and somewhat pessimistic book about the development of science and technology has become available in Persian.
IBNA- Institute for Palestinian Studies will publish a book providing documents on the martyrdom of Shireen Abu Akleh, the Palestinian-American journalist who worked for Al Jazeera and was shot dead by Israeli gunmen on May 11.
IBNA- A collection of poems by eminent Syrian poet, writer, publisher and diplomat Nizar Tawfiq Qabbani who is known as the most popular poet of the Arab World titled 'Republic of Love' has been published in Persian.
IBNA- Children's book, 'How to Return a Monster' (2021) by English-American author Charlotte Offsay and illustrated by Chinese artist Rea Zhai which is a 10-step celebration of sibling relationships has been published for Iranian children.
IBNA- Self-help book 'The Soul of Money: Reclaiming the Wealth of Our Inner Resources' (2006) by Lynne Twist and Teresa Barker which describes the simplest ways of financial transactions has been published in Persian.
IBNA- Clothing and dress philosophy book 'Fashion: Philosophy for Everyone' (2011) from the series, Thinking with Style published by Wiley which combines the academic with the everyday has been published in Persian.
IBNA- A history book, 'Operation Eagle Claw 1980: The Disastrous Bid to End the Iran Hostage Crisis (2020) by the American diplomat Justin Williamson has been published in Persian and is available in Iranian bookstores.
IBNA- American Theologian Bernard McGinn book's 'Early Christian Mystics: The Divine Vision of Spiritual Masters' (2003) coauthored by Patricia Ferris McGinn which gather together the wisdom of Christianity's greatest spiritual teachers has been published in Persian.
IBNA- A book by American anthropologist Raymond R. Scupin 'Cultural Anthropology: A Global Perspective' (1998) which offers anthropology based on historical explorations has been published translated and published in Persian.
IBNA- Domestic Fiction book, 'They Came Like Swallows' (1997) a sensitive, wistful reminiscence by American author and editor William Maxwell, has been published in Persian and is available in Iranian bookstores.
IBNA- In this week's program of Bukhara Magazin's Meetings of Wednesday's Evenings, the Persian translation of 'Ur-Fascism' (1995), a collection of articles and notes by the outstanding Italian philosopher, semiotician and novelist will be discussed.
IBNA- 'The Semiotics of Emoji: The Rise of Visual Language in the Age of the Internet’ (2016) from the series of Bloomsbury Advances in Semiotics by eminent semiotics scholar Marcel Danesi has been published in Persian.
IBNA- British philosopher Bryan Magee's book, 'Men of Ideas: Some Creators of Contemporary Philosophy' (1982) co-authored by Isaiah Berlin has been published in Persian and was introduced to Iranian readership.