All News about Iranian Books – With its rich literary tradition, including luminaries such as Rumi, Omar Khayyam, Hafez and Ferdowsi, the written and spoken word remains an endless source of inspiration and discovery in today’s Iran.
Iranian attaché in Austria announced that a Latin version of Kitab Al-Mansuri, a medical book by Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi, the famous Iranian polymath of Middle Age, has been discovered in the European country’s National Library.
A selection of poems by renowned Iranian modern poet Ahmad Shamlou has been translated to Arabic and published in Egypt for the first time.
Author J.K. Rowling has provided a welcome diversion for a seven-year-old girl living in the war-hit eastern Aleppo, sending her eBooks of the entire Harry Potter series.
Several Iranian religious and political figures have gathered to discuss the plots hatched by enemies to make inroads into Iran, particularly after the recent nuclear deal.
In a visit to Iran’s booth in Belgrade Book Fair, Serbian Minister of Culture and Information Vladan Vukosavljevic said he is interested in learning Persian language.
During the recent Frankfurt Book Fair, the Iranian story-telling tradition known as ‘Naghali’ was presented to the visitors by Iranian female Naghals.
The Iranian Association of Female Historical Researchers recently introduced the book Concerns of an Iranian Woman in World War II, which is focused on a female surgeon in Iran during the Second World War.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has written a short comment to praise the Iranian teen book “Tintin and Sinbad”, which deals with the story of the western adventurer and reporter Tintin and the Middle Eastern sailor Sinbad.
In a ceremony held on Sunday, July 3, in the central Iranian city of Qom, the world’s largest and most valuable Quran was unveiled.
To mark the “Day of Revealing American Human Rights” in Iran, the Iranian Judiciary’s Human Rights Council released a book on the human rights conditions of the US within the past year, an official announced.
In an interview with Sobh-e Now, the Iranian director Shahram Asadi talks about Turkey’s plans to claim possession of famous Persian poet, Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi, including their ongoing plan to produce a film about his life with Hollywood’s help.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani offered their condolences over the death of Hamid Sabzevari, an Iranian poet who is mostly known for the works he wrote about the Islamic Revolution.
1000 Persian-speaking poets and literati signed a statement, entitled “Rumi Is a Poet from Balkh to Konya”, to voice their objection to a recent move by Iran and Turkey to jointly register the book Masnavi by the renowned poet Rumi in UNESCO, ignoring his birthplace Afghanistan.
Iraqi Colonel Khalid Salman Mahmoud Kazemi, a ranking officer in the Iraqi-imposed war in the 1980s, has published his memoirs of the bloody war, including the operation to seize Iran’s strategic port city of Khorramshahr.
With the 29th Tehran Intl. Book Fair wrapped up, Mehr conducted an interview with Sergey Kaykin, head of Russia's International Book Exhibitions and Fairs, who represented Russia as the guest of honour at TIBF 2016.
Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF) Director Seyyed Abbas Salehi met with the Italian Deputy Minister for Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism Antimo Cesaro.
Cultural Deputy of Turkey's embassy in Tehran said that 2,000 books written by famous Turkish authors have been displayed in Turkey's stall in Tehran International Book Fair.
On Tuesday May 3, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani again praised the historic nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers (known as the JCPOA), saying that the Iranian nation has entered a new stage after the removal of anti-Iran sanctions as per the comprehensive deal.