For the 19th time the International fair of Intellectual literature “Non/fiction” welcomes all booklovers in the Central House of Artists. This year it will start on 29th November and will last for 5 days.
Twenty countries are going to participate in the non/fiction19 fair, namely Belgium, United Kingdom, Germany, Greece, Denmark, India, Spain, Italy, Canada, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, France, Sweden, Japan and others.
The readers will enjoy the best fiction, non-fiction and scientific books, as well as a rich programme covering major events in the book industry. There will be seminars and roundtables featuring famous writers, where the visitors will be presented new editions and the authors’ unique books.
The Islamic Culture Research Foundation will take part in the event for the 9th time, and together with the Sadra publishing house will present its book novelties in two booths: a booth for fiction, non-fiction and scientific books (F-12, 2nd floor) and a booth for children’s books (18-12, 3rd floor). Apart from new books, the visitors will be able to see and to buy the editions issued before.
So what book will you see at non/fiction19 for the first time?
1. Ishrak: Islamic philosophy yearbook No 8.
2. Islamic banking (A.Yu. Zhuravlyov; “Economics and law” series).
3. Islamic management: approaches” (A.N. Amiri, H. Abedi-Jafari; “Economics and law” series).
4. Relationships of Iran and Central Asia: trends and prospects (Mehdi Sanai).
5. The history of the state of the Lakhmids: monograph (D.E. Mishin; “Islamic and pre-Islamic world: history and politics” series).
6. A critical view on Islamic religious education in Germany: challenges, solutions, prospects (P. Kazaku, “Religion in the modern world” series).
7. Islamic law: questions of economy and social relations. Vol. 2 (ed. A. Baeshev, “Economics and law” series).
8. The hero’s wife (B. Zarabizade; “War prose” series).
9. Three priests (M. Keysari).
10. Salm, Tur and Iraj (M.R. Yusefi; 7th issue of the Shahnameh series.
11. Ancestors’ memory (Sulmaz Hajevand; 9th issue of the Shekarestan series).
12. Treasure chest (Seyed Javad Rahnama; 10th issue of the Shekarestan series).
13. Stories about sahabas (ed. R. Izmaylov, “Prophets and Sahabas” series).
14. Not all troubles come from mice (Seyed Ali Shojai, “Neyestan” series).
On 1 December from 1 pm to 2 pm the Islamic Culture Research Foundation will present its editions in the Literary Café on the 2nd floor of the Central House of Artists. The presentation will take place within the framework of the international book forum “non/fiction19” and will coincide with the Foundation’s 10th anniversary.
Opening hours for visitors:
29 November: 14:00–21:00;
30 November: 11:00–20:00;
1 December: 11:00–21:00;
2 December: 11:00–21:00;
3 December: 11:00–20:00.
Venue: Moscow, Krymskiy Val st, 10 (House of Artists).
We are looking forwards to seeing you at our booth and presentation! Everyone is welcome!