The intellectuals who try to sell valueless thoughts will incur losses; we should not be fearful of thoughts, what we should fear is the suppression of thoughts, Fooladvand said.
Face to Face with Asghar Farhadi, a book by Esmaeil Mihandoust, offers a vivid portrait of the renowned Oscar-winning Iranian film director.
The translation of The Lieutenant of Inishmore, a satirical play by Martin McDonagh, is on second reprint in Iran.
A book review session in Tehran has underlined that interfaith dialogue should be revived at a time when the world is reeling from the blows of war, hatred and violence.
The publication of the book in Egypt amounts to admission by the Egyptian elite that the Iranians have played a key role in human civilization.
A religious affairs expert says religious books should help raise the readership's consciousness and self-awareness.
Roshan Vaziri, an Iranian translator of Polish literary works, has lost her battle against a brain tumor.
Prominent Shiite thinker Mostafa Mohaghegh Damad expounds on his book on the so-called holy ignorance.
The National Library chief says his organization needs money to buy back the Iranian manuscripts which are kept in poor conditions in other countries.
“Experts in this field are great artists, who can receive orders for mending works from foreign countries as well,” Jannati added.