[:es]La versión en persa del libro ¿Quién mató al Che? ha sido presentada en Irán con motivo del Día Nacional de la Lucha contra la Arrogancia Mundial.
Deputy Culture Minister for Cultural Affairs Seyyed Abbas Salehi, who is also the director of the Tehran International Book Fair, has said that the event will experience a new atmosphere this year at Shahr-e Aftab, a newly-constructed fairground in southern Tehran.
Two Iranian ancient legends, ‘Chel Gis’ (Persian for ‘forty plaits of hair’) and ‘Bahram Gur’ (a Sasanian king) will be incorporated into a novel.
The translation of The Lieutenant of Inishmore, a satirical play by Martin McDonagh, is on second reprint in Iran.
A pictorial encyclopedia of Persian symbols has recently been published.
A number of Iranian publishers and literary associations are slated to participate in the 66th edition of Frankfurt Book Fair 2014 in Germany.
A veteran translator and journalist shares his thoughts on history and how the past should be viewed.
A giant roof has been built in an area of 10,000 square metres in the Book Garden located in the Iranian capital, Tehran.
The National Library chief says his organization needs money to buy back the Iranian manuscripts which are kept in poor conditions in other countries.
Face to Face with Asghar Farhadi, a book by Esmaeil Mihandoust, offers a vivid portrait of the renowned Oscar-winning Iranian film director.