News Corp. owns HarperCollins, one of the industry’s largest book publishers, which will operate the division, called HMH Books & Media, the company said on 29 March.
As part of the multi-book deal, the actor will be publishing picture books and fiction that he developed in collaboration with his writing partner Robyn Charteris.
Exhaustive collection of Jim Morrison's poetry, unpublished excerpts from notebooks to release in June
Also included in the collection are The Doors vocalist's thoughts on his trial in Miami.
Remembering Genevieve Young, the publishing editor who played a key role in creating Erich Segal's Love Story
She also edited the groundbreaking photographer and filmmaker Gordon Parks, married him in the 1970s and later helped oversee his estate.
The Inheritance of Loss: Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi probes the contours of grief through a collection of essays
In Loss (HarperCollins), Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi examines how the deaths of his father, mother and his beloved Dachshund have re-shaped his life.
In the suit, Sanchita Gupta alias Shilpi, who was sentenced to 20 years in the Asaram rape case, had argued that allowing the publication of the book would prejudice her appeal and run counter to her rights under Article 21 of the Constitution
In 'Why Men Rape', writer Tara Kaushal conducts a rigorous investigation into sexual violence in India
Why Men Rape — An Indian Undercover Investigation, a new book authored by Tara Kaushal, deconstructs the very complex subject of rape, chipping away at the falsehoods patriarchy has perpetrated
The Friday List: From NCPA's World Music Day festivities to a masterclass on travel writing, your weekly calendar of virtual events
Every Friday, we'll bring you a curated list of online experiences — performances, talks, tours, screenings — to mark on your weekly calendar.
For adults and young readers, 15 book recommendations that make for perfect reads during coronavirus lockdown
Routine helps keep anxiety and despair at bay. As does a good book. These 15 reading recommendations span light reads for adults a well as young readers of different ages. | #LockdownList with @HarperCollinsIN
Six translated works to read during the lockdown, representing some of the best writing from the Indian subcontinent
From Urdu to Bengali, Hindi to Malayalam, these titles are a great sampling of fiction — and a world — outside the English language | #LockdownList with @HarperCollinsIN
From boosting brain health to fostering creativity, 6 self-care books for better navigating coronavirus lockdown
Six books that help boost the working from home experience in the wake of the coronavirus crisis | #LockdownList with @HarperCollinsIN
With only two years in mainstream publishing, how editor Rahul Soni carved a niche with empathy, resolve
HarperCollins India's Rahul Soni's stint in mainstream publishing has only just begun, having recently crossed the two-year mark, with a prodigious number of acclaimed titles under his belt already. Reactions to his accomplishments from publishing peers range from reverence to unwavering faith in his mettle, but what seems to get repeatedly underlined about Rahul through several testimonies is his abounding empathy — an alleged rarity in the business.
Pankaj Kapur’s Dopehri never ends: Actor discusses publishing his first book, taking Amma Bi's story to the stage
Two decades ago, actor Pankaj Kapur crafted an entire novella in all of four days. The central character was born the moment he put pen to page: her name would be Amma Bi, and she would live in an old Lucknow haveli. It begins its second life now as a novella published by HarperCollins and translated into English.
In 2010, Jay Kannaiyan quit a stable corporate job to tread a path that would lead him into the unknown. Keeping him company was his trusted steed, sanDRina — a robust Suzuki DR650 bike. Kannaiyan's book, Riding Towards Me: A Thousand-day journey from Chicago to Delhi, captures his unique adventures that unfurled over the course of three years.
The Tata Literature Live! Mumbai LitFest, scheduled to take place from 14-17 November 2019, announced the final shortlists for five awards. The Tata Literature Live! Mumbai LitFest, scheduled to take place from 14-17 November 2019, announced the final shortlists for five awards.
Audible wants to provide the text as well despite only having the right to sell audiobooks
Taslima Nasreen on self-censorship, and Indian democracy: 'If you don't get equality, you don’t get freedom'
In an interview with Firstpost, writer Taslima Nasreen talks about living in India because of her exile, and the concept of freedom being impossible in a society without equality.
Sahitya Akademi awardee Tanuj Solanki on freedom, Article 370, and the irrelevance of the 'apolitical artist'
Tanuj Solanki, panelist on HarperCollins India's debate, speaks about how he defines and understands freedom, what the scrapping of Article 370 means for India as a democracy, and the role of writers and artists in today’s socio-political milieu, and more.
HarperCollins' 'The Debate' is back with its second edition, this time asking: Does freedom exist? Panelists Taslima Nasreen, Tanuj Solanki and Aanchal Malhotra take up the question in the upcoming event in Delhi's India International Centre.
Poignant Song: Lakshmi Shankar's biography is affectionate but let down by its ordinary, casual storytelling
Lakshmi Shankar’s life holds great interest and Poignant Song outlines its broad contours, but the picture that emerges has not the excitement of light and shade, or depth and perspective.