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Iran, Iraq books on display at Najaf fair
On the occasion of the 43rd anniversary of the glorious victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, a book fair is being held in Iraq’s holy city of Najaf, with the participation of 23 Iranian and Iraqi publishers.
Iranian books on display at Sulaymaniyah book fair
Iranian Book and Literature House is participating for the first time at the 3rd Sulaymaniyah International Book Fair, the organization said.
Bint al-Huda collection of books published in English
The International Association of Muslim University Professors (IAOMUP) released ‘Bint al-Huda Collection: All Novels and Short Stories’.
Four Iranian books among best in Russia
Four Iranian books from Sadra Publication, which is affiliated with Avicenna Scientific and Cultural Foundation, were among top Russian books of the year.
In a year of forced solitude, Barcelona rediscovers companionship of books
Throughout the pandemic, technology has been saving our jobs and our sanity – but in Barcelona the lockdowns have led to the revival of one of humanity’s simplest and most enduring inventions: The book.
Iranian books win award at Qatar literary contest
Translation of two Iranian books ranked third at Sheikh Hamad Award for Translation and International Understanding held in Doha, Qatar.
Two books unveiled in Cinéma Vérité
Two books were unveiled in the 14th Iran International Documentary Film Festival, known as Cinéma Vérité.
Woman's joy after discovering ‘multiple first edition books’ in hidden room
A woman was gobsmacked after her family discovered a hidden room in its basement.
Tarantino has deal for two books on films
The Oscar-winning director Quentin Tarantino has a two-book deal with Harper, beginning with a novelization of ‘Once Upon a Time ... In Hollywood’ that is scheduled for next summer. ‘Once Upon a Time’ will be a true Tarantino production: The book will come out first as a mass market paperback, like the old pulp novels the filmmaker loves, and will offer “a fresh, playful and shocking departure from the film,” according to Harper.

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