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Iran unveils multinational poetry book on Quds
A multinational poetry book on Quds, named ‘Holy Pens,’ was unveiled on the sidelines of the International Congress of Holy Quds in the central Iranian city of Qom on Wednesday.
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.
Zarif: No one can talk about ‘our beloved Azerbaijan’
‘Erdogan not informed he was undermining Azerbaijan’s sovereignty’
Nobel Literature Prize winner Louise Glück to publish new poetry in 2021
Nobel Laureate Louise Glück is set to publish her first poetry collection in seven years in 2021 – her first since becoming the 16th female winner of the literature prize.
Minister: Poetry, a platform for expressing human thoughts, feelings
Iran’s national art, poetry, has been a platform for expressing human thoughts and feelings, said the Iranian Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Abbas Salehi.
Recovered gold-illuminated copy of ‘Divan’ of Hafez up for auction
A “magnificent” copy of the poetry collection called ‘Divan’ by the revered 14th-century Persian poet Hafez, which was dramatically discovered earlier this year by a Dutch art sleuth, is set to be sold at auction next month.
Iran to mark Persian Poetry Day
Iranians mark the Persian Poetry Day (September 18), which is also the death anniversary of renowned Iranian poet Mohammad-Hossein Behjat Tabrizi, better known by his pen name, Shahriar.
Seminar on Khudi philosophy in poetry of Iqbal, Sa’adi held in Tehran
The Embassy of Pakistan in Tehran, in collaboration with the ECO Cultural Institute (ECI), organized a seminar on ‘Philosophy of Khudi (self) in the poetry of Iqbal and Sa’adi’ at ECI on Wednesday.
Iran marks Day of Sa’adi, master of Persian prose, poetry
Aficionados of literature have commemorated the Day of Sa’adi of Shiraz, the world-renowned Persian poet and literary scholar of the medieval period.
World to commemorate Persian poet Sa'di
Aficionados of literature across the world and in Persian-speaking countries are preparing to commemorate the world-renowned Persian poet and literary scholar of the medieval period Sheikh Sa'di on April 21.
Reading poetry beneficial for children
Many parents take the time to read picture books and board books to their young children every day. But did you know poetry can also be very beneficial for children? Reading poetry aloud to and with your young children can have benefits that last for years.
A foodie tour of Iran: It's poetry on a plate
Imagine a verdant, landscape filled with rice paddies, tea plantations and olive groves. A land where you can hike up mountains in the thick mist of the morning and picnic by waterfalls on Sun-weathered rocks in the afternoon. A land filled with golden apricots that taste like honey, peaches so succulent you barely notice the sweet juice that runs down your chin, and small black figs, firm and velvety to the touch, that erupt with jammy stickiness as you tear them open. I enjoyed all of these delights and more when I traveled through Iran in search of the secrets of the Persian kitchen.
A memorable night for Oman, Iran poets
Iranian-Omani poetry and music night is scheduled to be held on February 22 in Muscat to coincide with Oman International Book Fair.
Iran pays homage to poet Bahar
The great Iranian poet Bahar was commemorated nationwide on December 7.

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