Juliane Schulze senior partner at the Berlin-based consultancy peacefulfish discusses Indian films and the growing international interest in Indian stories.
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A new breed of shady Indian literary agents offering a roster of dubious services are preying on naive aspiring writers.
Brazil, Russia, India or China — which offers the greatest opportunity to publishers over the next decade?
Sources told the Times of India that Amazon.com is considering launching on its own in India sometime next year.
As the US and UK publishers anticipate selling e-books abroad, publishers are focusing on translating books from their close economic neighbors instead.
As India gains exposure to the international book markets, it challenges to copyright law, faces piracy issues and begins to add e-books.
Market forces — notably digital publishing — are challenging India’s legal copyright protections for its publishers. Should that change?
India’s publishing industry faces rising challenges for editorial departments, new business models for distribution, and the rise of agenting in India.
When you’re already talking about a $1 to $1.50 for a print book, can you go any lower for digital?