Places  /  Published 22.01.22

Enid Blyton to Bankim, he gave me the greatest gift of all

A few days later, a tiny article on an inside page of The Telegraph read: “Dilip Kr. Banerjee, owner of Banerjee Publishing, dies at 92”.  I sat in silence for a while as a tear roll...
By Ritisha Mitra

News  /  Published 08.12.21

Fiction-writing workshop helps students develop communication skills and shape personality

Publishing house Readomania has conducted 30 workshops for over 150 students in 4 years ...
By Suha Roy

Career  /  Published 26.11.21

There’s a growing demand for trained translators: Publisher Vaishali Mathur

Professionalism and on-time delivery are very important to make a career in translation ...
By Subhadrika Sen

Career  /  Published 26.10.21

You have to be a sensitive listener, reader: Arunava Sinha on being a translator

The award-winning translator shares how you can take your first steps in the world of literary translation...
By Subhadrika Sen

Career  /  Published 22.10.21

'Never stop writing, never stop submitting': Author Sumana Roy

Creative Writing courses introduce students to a long career of practice and encourage a temperament of experiment...
By Srirupa Ray


People  /  Published 18.10.21

Seagull at 40 is about affirming the word: Naveen Kishore

What’s the most surprising thing Seagull has given you? NK: The tangible. I remember 1982-83 when the first book came out, Richard Schechner’s Performative Circumstances — From the A...
By Sandip Roy in Kolkata

India  /  Published 12.07.21

Jabs: Faulty report gets 4 lakh readers

By Partha Majumder

World  /  Published 08.12.20

Dylan sells rights to 600 songs

Bob Dylan’s memoir Chronicles: Volume One opens in 1962 with the signing of his first music publishing deal — a contract for the copyrights of the budding songwriter’s work. The term...
By Ben Sisario in New York

World  /  Published 18.11.20

Murdoch eyes book behemoth

By Edmund Lee in New York

Books  /  Published 05.11.20

Starting the conversation at the right age

Not wanting to bite on more than they can chew, the idea is to take the house forward one day at a time without a specific agenda in mind. “We want to minimise the number of books so that we don...
By Shrestha Saha


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