The International Fair of Intellectual Literature Non/fictio№23 is being held at the Gostiny Dvor Complex in Moscow with Iran’s presence.
The book fair opened on December 2 and will run through December 6, 2021.
Iranian publishers including Ibn Sina Islamic Culture and Research Foundation and Sadra Publications are taking part at the Russian event with books on philosophy, mysticism, Qur’anic studies, history, Islamic economy, Islamic art, Iranology, Persian language and literature, said the head of the foundation.
The Iranian foundation is participating in the event with 10 new titles, for the 13th consecutive year, Hamid Hadavi added.
‘Persian Literature History,’ written by Marina L. Reisner, who is a professor at Moscow State University, is on display at the book fair among the top books of the 23rd edition, Hadavi noted.
This year, over 300 large publishers, bookselling companies and small publishers from 29 countries including the US, Austria, Belarus, Bulgaria, Britain, Hungary, Germany, Greece, and Denmark are on view for book lovers.
The book fair prepared a large-scale program of events highlighting the main events of the book industry in the framework of seminars and round tables with the participation of famous writers, introducing literary novelties, and presenting unique authors’ books.