My webinar with the Canadian publishers on Indian Publishing Industry, 25 Sept 2012

My webinar with the Canadian publishers on Indian Publishing Industry, 25 Sept 2012

  Exporting to India for Canadian Publishers Join independent international publishing consultant and columnist Jaya Bhattacharji Rose live from New Delhi for this two-hour webinar.
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On the state of Indian publishing, an interview, 5 Aug 2012

On the state of Indian publishing, an interview, 5 Aug 2012

http://www.sparkthemagazine.com/?p=4379 The Indian Publishing Industry: Matured, but Still a Long Way to Go Posted by spark_editor on Aug 5, 2012 in Anupama Krishnakumar, August, Voices
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The business of literary festivals

The business of literary festivals

The question most often asked these days in the literary world and beyond is, “Are you going to Jaipur?” I know of authors, publishers, agents,
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On caregiving, review of Jai Pausch’s “dreams new dreams: reimagining my life after loss”

On caregiving, review of Jai Pausch’s “dreams new dreams: reimagining my life after loss”

Jai Pausch, dreams new dreams: reimagining my life after loss (Two Roads Books, an imprint of Hodder & Stoughton, Hachette UK, 2012. Pb, Rs. 295.
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When I was interviewed by Samit Basu (3 July 2006)

When I was interviewed by Samit Basu (3 July 2006)

  July 3, 2006 Jaya Bhattacharji Interview Leave a comment Jaya Bhattacharji edits books for Zubaan, an imprint of Kali for Women. Young Zubaan is
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The Reader, my column in Books & More

The Reader, my column in Books & More

Reader The sheer pleasure of immersing oneself in a book, flipping through its pages, dipping into it in parts, inhaling the heavenly smell of ink
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Tales of Partition, my review of Mahmudul Haque’s “Black Ice”

Tales of Partition, my review of Mahmudul Haque’s “Black Ice”

  July 19, 2012 By Jaya Bhattacharji Rose Black Ice By Mahmudul Haque Translated by Mahmud Rahman Harper Perennial pp.123, Rs 199 Black Ice by
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My lead article on children and YA literature in German Book Office Tuesday newsletter, 17 July 2012

My lead article on children and YA literature in German Book Office Tuesday newsletter, 17 July 2012

Greetings Today, we want to further introduce you to the world of children’s books. Our GBO friend Jaya Bhattacharji Rose who is an international publishing
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On YA Lit, a response to Publishing Perspective

On YA Lit, a response to Publishing Perspective

“When Do YA Novels Go Too Far, If Ever?” http://publishingperspectives.com/2012/07/when-do-ya-novels-go-too-far-if-ever/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed:+PublishingPerspectives+(Publishing+Perspectives)&utm_content=FaceBook I feel, true, stories like “50 Shades of Grey” would be tough to stomach, especially
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On literary agents, unedited and complete article

On literary agents, unedited and complete article

Literary Agents and agencies in India, Brunch (http://www.hindustantimes.com/Brunch/Brunch-Stories/How-to-sell-and-buy-a-book/Article1-826279.aspx ) BRIEF: on literary agents and agencies in India: who they are, what they actually do, whether
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