‘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.
With its bookstore on the ground floor and its library upstairs, India’s Trilogy serves a loyal following: ‘Getting books is our only headache.’
With more than 90 percent of the Indian book market market in educational publishing, India’s publishers report an upbeat assessment.
India’s Cactus Communications, based in Mumbai, calls its new writing and language search tool for researchers ‘PhrasePerfect.’
The ancient Hindi scripture about dharma, yogic ideals, and philosophy is reinterpreted for kids by Roopa Kai.
Titles in this children’s Rights Roundup originally were published in Spain, Finland, the United Kingdom, Turkey, India, and Switzerland.
Alarms raised in many parts of the publishing value change–and from many markets–tell of a deepening crisis.
The new Pakistan-focused journal is to survey colonialism, nationalism, gender representation, devotion, popular culture, diaspora, and more.
A letter to the Indian president and a collection of writings on the state of democracy are led by PEN International and PEN America.