We’ve received entries from India and Pakistan, Japan, Germany, the United States. Even Iceland!
If you can draw a really scary, dastardly, horrible Dib Dib in time for Halloween, then this is the competition for you!
We’re delighted to announce a partnership between ISF and dynamic new Turkish publisher, Destek Yapım Prodüksiyon in Istanbul. Destek has ambitious plans for the distribution of our Turkish editions across the Turkish-speaking world, helping to re-seed Shah’s work and ideas in the Islamic world. Destek has created a series of new covers. Here’s the one … Read More
Over the past six months, thanks to your generous support, ISF has distributed 6,000 copies of ISF’s Dari translations – including the Nasrudin titles and our illustrated children’s edition, Speak First and Lose – to Afghan refugees recently arrived in the UK. We have been working with Care4Calais, Bath Welcome Refugees, the Refugee Council, the … Read More
Podcasts We are delighted to share the news that our podcast now has over 300 episodes, which are released on a weekly basis on Tuesday mornings at 8am UK time. This weekly podcast features selections from Idries Shah books, as well as original recordings and audio versions of our blog posts. It has been made … Read More
Idries Shah profile and interview in Psychology Today, 1975 by Elizabeth Hall Idries Shah profile and interview in Psychology Today, 1975 by Elizabeth Hall ‘For the sake of humanity, somebody has got to rock the boat’ EH: Idries Shah, you are the West’s leading exponent of Sufism, that rich religious tradition growing out of the … Read More
Award-winning documentary maker Saira Shah was at UNESCO in Paris over the weekend reading some of her father’s stories as part of an international cultural event. Idries Shah wrote the stories for Saira and her siblings when they were young. Now Saira’s helping make them available for children around the world. They’re beautifully illustrated – … Read More