The Italian Writers’ Association has invited Iranian writers to visit the country and write new stories or complete their unfinished works there.
A bakery in Iran’s central city of Arak has provided a small library inside the shop to keep its customers entertained by books.
An Iranian publisher says the Chinese are willing to buy the copyright of 23 books proposed by Iran at the Beijing International Book Fair.
A Christian priest from Britain has translated 169 sermons by Imam Ali (AS), the son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), into English.
The Islamic Republic of Iran on Wednesday officially opened its booth in Beijing International Book Fair as a special guest.
Iran is going to partake in 24th edition of Beijing International Book Fair as the special guest. The Islamic Republic’s slogan this year is “Iran: The Colourful Dream of Silk Road”.
An elderly Iranian woman has been honoured in the northeastern city of Neyshabour for her continuous and purposeful reading of books.
An Iranian philanthropist has been taking a mobile library to deprived areas, distributing books among children and young adults.
Iran’s minister of culture says the country’s Parliament is set to discuss and approve a bill on copyright and intellectual property in coming weeks.
Iran’s biggest scientific and cultural complex, with an area of about 70,000 square metres, has been inaugurated in the capital city of Tehran. The complex is home to the world’s largest bookstore.