IBNA- 'Telepathy' (2015) an Arabic novel by noted Sudanese writer and medical doctor Amir Taj al-Sir which is a psychological fiction with strands of satire has been published in Persian under the title ‘Signed by Author’.
IBNA- Persian translation of 'The Philosophy of Art', a wide-ranging introduction to contemporary art philosophy by Stephen Davies, a distinguished Professor of philosophy at the University of Auckland has been published.
IBNA- ‘Eileen’ (2015), the debut novel of Iranian-American author Ottessa Moshfegh which won the Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award has been adapted into a feature film by Hollywood which is in the production stage.
IBNA- 'The Haunting of Hill House' (1959), a gothic horror novel by American author Shirley Jackson considered one of the best literary ghost stories published during the 20th century has been published in Persian.
IBNA- 'The Warsaw Orphan: A WWII Novel' (2021), a novel by Kelly Rimmer a heartbreaking and hopeful story of family, duty, suffering, love, salvation, and resistance has been rendered into Persian and released.
IBNA- A dystopian satirical novel 'Moscow 2042' (1986) by noted Russian author Vladimir Voinovich, a prophecy on the fall of the former Soviet Union has been published in Persian and is available in Iranian book market.
IBNA- Persian translation of 'Another Now: Dispatches from an Alternative Present' (2020) by Greek economist and politician Yanis Varoufakis which is a notable addition to literature of social change has been published.
IBNA- The 9th pre-session of International Conference of Practical Theology titled "The Nature of Functional Muslim Scholastic Philosophy" will be held by the Association of Muslim Scholastic Philosophy in Seminary today in Tehran.
IBNA- On the occasion of the second martyrdom anniversary of Lieutenant-General Qassem Soleimani, Revayat-e Fath Publishing will unveil new books on his life and activities at a ceremony in Tehran on Saturday.
IBNA- A new Persian translation of 'A Matter of Death and Life' (2021), by American existential psychiatrist Irvin D. Yalom and his wife Marilyn, a poignant, uplifting memoir of family and relationships has been published.