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Iranian Bestsellers Publishers

Hezare Quqnoos Publications

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.nashrehezare.ir

Name of the Publishing House: Hezare Qoqnoos

Add. No.1, Ramsar Str. Inghelab Ave. Tehran-Iran

nashr_1000@yahoo.com

Director: Reza Hajabadi

Hezarehe Quqnoos Publications was established in 2004. From that time until the present, it has published more than 600 titles in different fields. One of the goals of this institute is to support new and beginner authors in literature especially poems and stories.

It has managed to step forward into international book markets via translating books into the English language as well

Fields of published books include:

– Fiction (Drama, poems, novels, short stories…)

– Non-Fiction

Accomplishments:

-The book “Green Pomegranate Red Olive” Selected Volume 5 First Step Award

-The book “Minority” Selected in Volume 25 of the Book of Iran

 

Introducing Some Titles:

If you are interested in any of the titles, please contact me at polliteraryagency@gmail.com. *

Train 57

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written by: Reza Raeesi

Subject: Fiction (Novel)

576 pages

Size: 21×14

ISBN: 978-600-286-001-9

About the Book:

The story of the novel that has been written on the subject of the Islamic Revolution is a story about a group which despite its role in the revolution, gradually are being deviated from it.  The story continues with a meeting by some left underground groups, and the attack is started by SAVAK. The main  SAVAK target was “Ghamat” as the chairman of the group.

About the Author:

Reza Rayesi, born in 1960 is a writer, filmmaker, journalist, and researcher. He is the author of several novels and books.

I do not want to be president

 

 

 

 

 

Written by: Marziyeh Golabgir

Subject: Fiction (Novel)

120 pages

Size: 21×14

ISBN: 978-600-5657-48-7

About the Book:

This is a long story about the relationship among the members of Iranian families, which has been associated with the social issues of Iranian society in recent decades. The narrator of this book is a girl named Goli who loves a boy named Mohsen. The story often focuses on the issues of children and their place in families and their relationship with parents.

About the Author:

Marzieh Golabgir Isfahani was born in 1973. She is the only daughter of the Isfahanian family who, unlike her desire, completed his university studies in biology. The love of the arts and literature forced her to learn painting and fiction at the same time as studying at the university.

 

 A kilo of moon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written by: Razieh Mehdizadeh,

Subject: Fiction(Novel)

272 pages

Size: 21×14

ISBN: 978-600-286-124-5

 

About the Book:

This book discovers the bond between a single mother and her son. She has lost her husband in war but she never believed this trauma so that she was living with the hope to see her husband again. Until the day that she saw her husband and …

 

About the Author:

Razieh Mehdizadeh was born in 1984 in Iran.  She is studying creative writing in New York City and explores merging novel writing ideas with her experience of living in Iran. She was honored with MFA in cinema studies and attained her undergraduate degree in philosophy.

 

 

The rain behind the window

 

 

 

 

 

Written by: Rezvan Nilipour

Subject: Fiction (short story)

112 pages

Size: 21×14

ISBN: 978-964-8792-54-6

About the Book:

The subject of this book is social. This book is a collection of 21 short stories that won several literary awards.

The book was elected by Hemmat Award in 2003 and elected by the Hedayat Award in 2004 and Tabriz Award in 2004.  The theme of the stories is all about social issues and the book has a sincere tone.

About the Author:

Rezvan Nilipour is born in 1948 in Isfahan. She began writing stories from 1998 onwards. Her first collection, “The rain behind the window”, was published in 2005. The Hezarehe Ghoghnoos  Publication has published several other books, including “Let it Memorize,” ” The rain behind the window,” and “When Turtles Swim in the Air.”

 

 

Vagrancy in Divinity

 

 

 

 

 

Written by: Dr. Seyyed Abdulhamid Ziaei

Subject: Psychology

148 pages

Size: 20×12

ISBN: 978-600-286-216-7

About the Book:

This book is A new Genre in Persian literature. An ironic introduction to the private sphere of mystics, philosophers, psychotherapists, and theologians that are fighting with each other; Much Ado About Not! Dr. Abdolhamid Ziaei, Author of this book is the teacher of philosophy and mysticism and simultaneously he is a poet…

About the Author:

Dr. Seyyed Abdulhamid Ziaei was born in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari in 1975. He is a Ph.D. graduate student at the Sorbonne University in France. He is a poet and has a lot of works in the fields of comparative mysticism, analytic philosophy, and Persian literature.

Liberal lilies

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written by: Dr. Seyyed Abdulhamid Ziaei

Subject: Literary Fiction

publish Date: 2018

108 pages

Size: 20×12

ISBN: 978-600-286-109-2

About the Book:

It is a small book encompassing diverse questions( mostly modern ones), which pertain to the prevailing classic concept of “love”. Being a controversial issue, love is considered to be at the core of all interpretations in literature all over the world. In this book, the author has delineated the nature of love itself, explicating and illustrating plenty of examples. Recoursing to the various perspectives and views including Sociology, anthropology, psychology, and philosophy. The author has broached the subject of love proposing different intrinsic and basic questions on the nature of “love” itself. Is there any relation between erotic love and real love? Is terrestrial love against the “salvation”? Does it avoid salvation? Does love exist at all? Or we only might gain a kind of ‘ situation/ condition for love rather than love itself? This book has been published by Hezareh Ghoghnoos publication.

About the Author:

Dr. Seyyed Abdulhamid Ziaei was born in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari in 1975. He is a Ph.D. graduate student at the Sorbonne University in France. He is a poet and has a lot of works in the fields of comparative mysticism, analytic philosophy, and Persian literature.

Buddhism and Sufism

 

 

 

 

 

Written by: Dr. Seyyed Abdulhamid Ziaei

Subject: Philosophy

410 pages

Size: 21×14

ISBN: 978-600-286-092-7

About the Book:

This book belongs to the category of the Sufism (Islamic mysticism) comparative studies in which the author has attempted to display and explicate the affinities and congruities between “Buddhism” and Iranian “Sufism “. The author has focused on the notion of “human suffering” and the ways to be released from those sufferings rather than the philosophical theories in this regard. ” Buddhism’s significant impact and impressions on the Iranian ” Sufis ” who were from Khorasan is accentuated in this book through overlapping the specific features, stuff and rituals encompassing the ” Rosaries, Monasteries, fasting, roaming, wandering and imploring, and similar concepts such as ” Sympathy, tolerance, reverence to the other religious sects and cults, etc.

About the Author:

Dr. Seyyed Abdulhamid Ziaei was born in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari in 1975. He is a Ph.D. graduate student at the Sorbonne University in France. He is a poet and has a lot of works in the fields of comparative mysticism, analytic philosophy, and Persian literature.

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