The name of Iranian-French woman author Negar Djavadi is on the list of nominees for the United States’ 2018 National Book Awards.
The book “Farangis,” the winner of the annual award presented to the best book about Holy Defence – the eight-year Iraqi imposed war on Iran in the 1980s – has been reprinted six times.
The book La Vie devant soi (The Life Before Us) by French author Romain Gary has hit the shelves in Iran again after a 13-year ban.
Giant search engine Google changed its logo on August 7, 2018, as a tribute to renowned Iranian polymath Avicenna.
Iran’s Script and Print Museum is one of the most spectacular and fascinating places where a tourist can spend his or her time.
A collection of stories titled "A Political Love Affair," which includes a story based on a controversial report about former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, has been published in Iran with her permission.
Iran’s Autism Association has opened a library in Tehran which helps autistics socialize with each other and raises public awareness about the disorder.
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize laureate Orhan Pamuk says he is deeply interested in Persian classic fables, adding he writes his works by indulging himself in the Iranian literature and history.
The Deputy Director for Academic Affairs at Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of Russian Academy of Sciences, who recently travelled to Iran to visit 31st Tehran International Book Fair, says she was surprised by the huge number of enthusiastic people visiting the exhibition.
Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, in a visit to the 31st International Book Fair in Tehran, called on the Iranian nation to promote the culture of reading books, especially among the youths.