India’s “perfect”, “phenomenal”, “best ever”, “significant”, “watershed” year in publishing

Regulars here at TNPS perhaps won’t be so surprised by the headline. I’ve long said India is publishing’s brightest prospect. And 2018 seems to have been the tipping point at which India shifted from being just another nascent market to a publishing priority. First some headline grabbing quotes from Indian publishers courtesy of The New Read More …

Walking book fairs and books on wheels – India’s trad-publishers party like its 2009

Penguin Random House has been in India thirty years, and is marking the event by again partnering its Penguin on Wheels wagon with Walking Book Fairs, touring the country to offer discounted books to eager readers. First launched in May 2016 Penguin on Wheels was the first such initiative by a major publisher in India. Neha Punj, Read More …