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Feb 15, 2019
Reliable Copy, a small publishing initiative from Bengaluru, intends to change the way the business is approachedReliable Copy, currently a small initiative that founders Nihaal Faizal and Niharika Peri operate out of their apartments has a tinge of novelty to it.
Sep 05, 2018
'Will sign authors who are willing and able to market their books aggressively': Vineet Bajpai on new publishing ventureBestselling author of the Harappa series Vineet Bajpai recently announced his maiden publishing venture — TreeShade Books. In this interview, Bajpai discussed why authors need to act as entrepreneurs to ensure the success of their books.
Mar 21, 2018
Google doubles down on Facebook woes, commits $300 million to help news publishersGoogle on Tuesday launched a new initiative, committing $300 million to help news publishers get more paid subscribers while stemming the flow of misinformation.
Mar 10, 2018
As New Musical Express' print run ends, a look back at the golden age of music magazinesThis week brought news that long-running music magazine NME or the New Musical Express would stop publishing its print version
Mar 09, 2018
MIT study finds false stories on Twitter travel way faster than the truthThe scientists calculated that the average false story takes about 10 hours to reach 1,500 Twitter users, versus about 60 hours for the truth. On average, false information reaches 35 percent more people than true news.
Oct 21, 2017
Found in Translation: A few noteworthy initiatives are helping Indian literature breach the language barrierNurturing of translation talent in India is also a relatively new and interesting space
Oct 08, 2017
The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective's Shikha Malaviya on the state of poetry publishing in IndiaIn 2013, Minal Hajratwala, Shikha Malaviya and Ellen Kombiyil wondered how to create a platform for those serious about the craft of poetry. And so The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective came into being
Jul 02, 2017
Reading movies: Meet the man behind HarperCollins' collection of books on cinemaOver the last few years, HarperCollins’ Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri has quietly built an impressive and meaningful list of books on Hindi cinema and has become the go-to person for all writers working in this space
Apr 16, 2017
The success of mass market fiction is changing the rules of Indian publishing: Here's howThe success of mass market fiction by the likes of Ravinder Singh, Durjoy Datta, Sudeep Nagarkar, Savi Sharma et al, has completely changed the different aspects of publishing, be it commissioning, retail or marketing
Feb 26, 2017
Hindi pulp fiction: With Ved Prakash Sharma's death, genre has received another blowWith the death of Ved Prakash Sharma last week, the world of Hindi pulp fiction suffered another blow. How did it lose its once undisputed status as the biggest mass readers' market?