At Publishing Perspectives Porter Anderson writes about The Rise of Surender Mohan Pathak: HarperCollins India Wins Big With Hindi Pulp Fiction.
Surender Mohan Pathak has, of course, long been huge -- there's even a title under review at the complete review, of his The 65 Lakh Heist -- but HarperCollins India can obviously elevate him into a different stratosphere, and have seen him off to a good start (not forgetting: "merchandise including key rings, caps, note pads, coffee mugs, tote bags").
At Publishing Perspectives Porter Anderson has a Q & A with Kenneth Quek about Southeast Asia's Rising Publishing World. It's only partially rising, but there's lots of potential here.
At Publishing Perspectives Akshay Pathak offers (part one of) a survey of Publishing in India Today: 19,000 Publishers, 90,000 Titles, Many Opportunities.
The most recent addition to the complete review is my review of Surender Mohan Pathak's The 65 Lakh Heist. Certainly of interest, even if mainly for the novelty value: this immensely popular Hindi writer also translate...
At the globalpost Mark Scheffler suggets: Meet India's pulp fiction master: He's one of the best-selling authors in the Hindi language, with some 300 titles to his name and more than 25 million books sold. But he's no literar...