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Mar 02, 2020
With only two years in mainstream publishing, how editor Rahul Soni carved a niche with empathy, resolveHarperCollins 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.
Nov 02, 2019
Madhuri Vijay wins JCB Prize for Literature 2019 for her debut novel, The Far FieldJCB Prize for Literature 2019 winner Madhuri Vijay's debut novel The Far Field draws heavily from her life, where she grew up in Bengaluru, and later taught in Kashmir
Aug 09, 2019
A collection of photos traces the relationship between readers and their environmentsTraversing through Shillong, Delhi and Udupi, Reading Spaces attempts to explore the intimate and interactive relationship between readers and their environments.
Oct 25, 2018
JCB Prize 2018: Benyamin's Malayalam novel Jasmine Days announced winnerThe JCB Prize 2018 winner Jasmine Days is the story of a young Pakistani woman who witnesses the 2011 Arab Spring while working a radio jockey in a West Asian country
Oct 03, 2018
JCB Prize 2018 shortlist announced; top five includes books by Perumal Murugan, Anuradha RoyThe top-5 entries for this year's JCB Prize include Perumal Murugan's Poonachi, Anuradha Roy's All the Lives We Never Lived, Amitabha Bagchi's Half the Night is Gone, Shubhangi Swarup's Latitudes of Longing and Benyamin's Jasmine Days.