“The Cottage by the Highway and Other Essays on Publishing: 25 Years of Logos” Edited by Angus Phillips

The cheapening of information has been accompanied by the decline of copyright, the symbol of the writer’s ownership and instrument of his and the publisher’s
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“Fern Road” by Angshu Dasgupta

Angshu Dasgupta’s debut novel Fern Road is a coming-of-age novel set in 1980s’ Calcutta. It is a quietly paced, gently told story about Orko who
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“The Cliffhangers” by Sabin Iqbal

This is my land, this is my country. No one can come between us. Neither saffron nor green can come in our way. But, they
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“Radical Simplicity” by Ken Allen, CEO, DHL

Focus like a laser . . . . DHL, the courier company was founded in 1969. Before it, nothing like it existed. The three co-founders
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Women writers from North East India

Writing from the north east of India has always had an interesting texture to it. It is distinct. Although the “north east” is clubbed as
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Hisham Matar’s ” A Month in Siena”

A picture changes as you look at it and changes in ways that are unexpected. I have discovered that a painting requires time. Now it
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Of biographies

Twenty-first century is being touted in publishing as the age of memoirs/biographies. Everyone has a story to tell. People always have. Now with technology making
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Deepa Anappara’s “Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line”

These two are always quarrelling like a husband and wife who have been married for too long. But they cann’t even get married when we
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Visiting International Publisher’s delegation, Sydney ( 29 April – 5 May 2019)


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Interview with Thomas Abraham, MD, Hachette India on publishing Enid Blyton’s books

For some time now I have been seeing some wonderful new editions of Enid Blyton’s books published by Hachette India. Sometimes collections of short stories
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