While many of India’s internationally known authors write in English, national initiatives are focused on promoting India’s native language over English By Tolu Ogunlesi India has four Hindi speakers for every one English speaker. Yet “it is English language publishing in India that gets international — and Indian — attention,” lamented publisher Urvashi Butalia, on Thursday at a Frankfurt Book …
Erin Cox interview Trent Knoss, Subsidiary Rights Manager, Perseus Books Group at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
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China and Germany discuss self-publishing with epubli and Cloudary at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
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