Interview: News from PRH India near Delhi outlines the painstaking development of a sustainable, quality paper for books.
Stops in the states of Texas, Colorado, and New York are planned for the Jaipur Literature Festival’s international tour in September.
The minister of women’s and children’s development is a speaker at this week’s Indian publishers’ federation’s conference.
Leveraging a translation-exchange model, Kalimat Group and Penguin Random House India and Southeast Asia open a partnership.
Amid India’s full-scale independence-day observances, the Indian Publishers Conference will focus on ‘publishing in nation building.’
The South Asian Literature in Translation project from the University of Chicago is intended to connect the subcontinent with Anglophone publishing markets.
At the 60th Bologna trade fair, the closely watched Best Children’s Publishers of the Year awards are named in six world regions.
The annual PEN America Literary Awards this year have included three career-achievement awards and 11 book awards.
‘The future for Indian publishing is bright,’ writes Richard Charkin, reviewing its evolution ‘from carbon paper to digital innovations.’
Scholastic’s 2023 World Read Aloud Day program has a new format, in which authors from 13 countries read aloud through the Storyvoice app.