The Best Foreign Fiction & Non-fiction We Published in May

EVERYTHING IS FUCKED: A Book About Hope by Mark Manson A blockbuster follow-up to one of the most successful books in recent years—in signature Manson style, an anti-self help guide to finding hope in a world that’s falling apart. In THE SUBTLE ART OF NOT GIVING A FUCK, Mark Manson introduced millions of readers to… Continue reading The Best Foreign Fiction & Non-fiction We Published in May

Preview: Our Top New Releases from May

AN EXAMINED LIFE: Reflections on the Personal and the Political by Karan Singh An Examined Life is a collection of writings from politician and scholar Karan Singh. There are momentous events here drawn from Jammu and Kashmir’s history, as well as essays and letters on subjects ranging from politics to political science, metaphysics and spirituality to Hinduism… Continue reading Preview: Our Top New Releases from May

The Best Foreign Fiction & Non-fiction We Published in April

Creative Quest by Questlove Questlove—musician, bandleader, designer, producer, culinary entrepreneur, professor, and all-around cultural omnivore—draws on a lifetime of experience to offer insights into how to build the best creative life, and how to let the best creative life build you. Questlove has worked with or around hundreds of other artists, and engaged in dialogue with them regarding the… Continue reading The Best Foreign Fiction & Non-fiction We Published in April

Preview: Our Top New Releases from April

Maa, I've Become a Collector by Rajesh Patil Rajesh Patil was born to poor farm workers in the backward Khandesh region of Maharashtra. He worked as a child labourer picking cotton, selling bread, and doing small jobs. But what set him apart was that, unlike most of his peers, he was driven by an intense desire to… Continue reading Preview: Our Top New Releases from April

Collins and Nehru Planetarium collaborate to further innovation in education

  Collins Learning, one of the fastest growing publishing houses in the K12 education segment in India, announced its collaboration with the Nehru Planetarium, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, an active hub of Astronomy outreach in India. Collaborative activities of mutual interest are planned, and Collins aims to infuse the content and expertise from the… Continue reading Collins and Nehru Planetarium collaborate to further innovation in education

Spotlight: An Interview with a Booktuber

In Spotlight, we interview people who’ve popularized books on different social media platforms. The Indian Booktuber has close to 10,000 subscribers on YouTube. Manpreet posts wonderfully detailed reviews, TBR lists, monthly recommendations for readers. She also patiently answers all book-related queries in her comments section. Today we discuss her journey.   There's a perception that Indians don’t… Continue reading Spotlight: An Interview with a Booktuber

An Introduction to ‘Wild Words: Four Tamil Poets’

In 2003, at a time when politicians and other establishment figures of Tamil Nadu were caught up in a surge of Tamil chauvinism, a group of men and women, setting themselves up as guardians of Tamil culture, objected publicly to the language of a new generation of women poets, particularly in the work of Malathi… Continue reading An Introduction to ‘Wild Words: Four Tamil Poets’