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Astan Quds Razavi publishes ‘The 40-Year Ascent’
Astan Quds Razavi published the book, ‘The 40-Year Ascent: A Review of the 40-Year Achievements of the Islamic Revolution based on International Statistics’.
Bhanu Kapil wins T.S. Eliot poetry prize for ‘How to Wash a Heart’
Bhanu Kapil won the most valuable award in British poetry, the T.S. Eliot prize, for her “radical and arresting” collection, ‘How to Wash a Heart,’ in which she depicts the uncomfortable dynamics between an immigrant and her white, middle-class host.
Tehran Virtual Book Fair opens
Compiled from Dispatches
Virtual library gives children in England free book access
Children in England will be able to access books online free during school closures via a virtual library.
Oxford dictionaries: 2020 has too many Words of the Year to name just one
For the first time, the Oxford English Dictionary chose not to name a word of the year, describing 2020 as “a year which cannot be neatly accommodated in one single word”. Instead, from “unmute” to “mail-in”, and from “coronavirus” to “lockdown”, the eminent reference work has announced its “words of an ‘unprecedented’ year”.
British dyslexic pensioner writes entire book on his phone using one finger
A pensioner has proved that you don’t need to be the fastest with your fingers to create something you’re proud of.
Japanese scholar’s ‘Heart of Iranians’ reprinted for second time
‘The Heart of the Iranians,’ a book written by the prominent Japanese Iranologist Emiko Okada was reprinted by a Japanese publication for the second time.
Coronavirus: People 'rediscovering books' as lockdown sales jump
People have “rediscovered the pleasure of reading” in lockdown, publisher Bloomsbury said, after reporting its best half-year profits since 2008.
Number of young adult writers of color in UK doubles to almost 20%
The proportion of authors of color writing for young adults (YA) in the UK has more than doubled in the last two years.

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