Paris exhibition hosts Iranian publishing houses
Iran is participating at the 38th Paris Book Fair “Livre Paris”. The Book Fair is host to fifty countries this year including Iran, from 16-19 March 2018 at Porte de Versailles. Around 700 books will be on display at the Iran stand, including fiction literature, religion, holy defense, Iranology, and children and young adults.
Digitalized Persian manuscripts unveiled
The portal for digitalized Persian manuscripts has been unveiled in Iran by the first Vice President, Eshaq Jahanguiri, Gloria Pérez-Salmerón, President of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), and Ashraf Borujerdi, President of the National Library and Archives Organization of Iran (NLAI).
Iran: Special guest of Vienna or Muscat book fairs?
Iran has been invited as the first special guest of the Muscat Book Fair next year. It has also received an invitation from the Vienna International Book Fair, also for next year.
Exquisite Christian books exhibited at Christmas
Iran’s National Library has placed its collection of exquisite documents and a Bible manuscript on display for Christmas.
Christmas is celebrated in Iran on 25 December not only by Christians, but Muslims also join them to usher in the New Christian Year. Apart from churches and certain streets in Iran, governments centers also organize Christmas events. This year, the National Library has organized an exhibition of its priceless Bible manuscript and other books on Christianity at its Book and Archives Museum from Christmas Day for two weeks.
See the oldest Persian book
“The Divan of Hafez – An explanation of his poems” is the oldest book in Persian at the Royal Library Museum of the Niavaran Cultural Complex. It will be displayed here for ten days.
This priceless book is an explanation of the sonnets of the renowned 14th century Poet, Hafez, by Mohammad Sudi, Bosnian researcher and translator. It is the oldest Persian book at the Royal Library Museum.
Celebrating history according to women
Mansureh Ettehadieh is a pioneer woman in Iran who has spent 35 years working on the culture and history of her country, Iranian woman who have impacted history, international relations, and the customs of the Iranian people. She is one of the first women publishers who has printed over 200 precious history books at “Nashr-e Tarikh” [History Publishers].
Frankfurt and Beijing Book Fairs
According to Mehr News Agency, Paul Literary and Translation Agency will be displaying 93 titles from Iran in fiction, children’s books, and research and history books at the 2017 Frankfurt and Beijing Book Fairs