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Books in India - Book publishing houses in India
Many of India's top publishing houses receive contributions from writers directly. They open the door for first-time writers, even if it means to invest more ressources to assess the flood of inquiry mail and suggestions that have been filed, in the hopes that the best textbooks and best-sellers will be located there.
Although there are several hundred (thousands?) of old-fashioned publishing companies in India, some celebrities come up for discussion on a regular basis, and these are usually the ones who address new authors. Here is a brief listing of some of the major publishing companies present in India. Default liability exclusions of precision and relevancy are applicable if you choose to use this assembled listing as a resource.
This is not a complete listing. And, as always, review the publishers' sites for the latest updates and submission policies. Macmillan Publishers India, as its website says, is always looking for new writers and new publishing inspiration for schools, universities and the general public.
Although it is a big name on the international scene, they came to India very recently (1985) and have grown in aggressiveness. This means a great deal of leeway for new writers who have something rewarding to show for themselves. He has a whole series of prizewinners on his writers lists, among them the Nobel Prize, the Man Booker Prize and the Magsaysay Prize.
When you are looking for trustworthiness and reputation on your CV, try to win their interest in your book. You accept manuscripts for literature (novels, novelists, shorts), non-fiction, literature, advertising and almost anything else you can imagine (yes, even poetry). Their insistence on paper suggestions is quite old-fashioned, considering that most of the major publishing houses have already begun to use the web for their filing processes.
HarperCollins is one of the top 3 publishing houses in the worldwide market. He is a very respected name in the publishing business with many stablewarts of the typing community on the lists - Paulo Coelho, Sidney Sheldon, Amitav Ghosh, Michael Crichton, the Dalai Lama, Tarun Tejpal. They' re also quite powerful on the sub-continent of India and concentrate on new authors.
Also a nice home for my little MBA book. They like Penguin ask for paper templates on their website. Naming your reader dummies and waiting for them to buy your book may not be the most intuitional approach, right? Wiley India, like its mother company, focuses on learning, educational opportunities and instruction on engineering, science, medicine and academia.
India seems to be quite blurred when it comes to the descriptions on their website. Have a look at their catalogue and you will find mainly multinational writers. There are probably more dates (which I couldn't find) about local DSI-writers. There is a good shortlist of writers from India (such as Jhumpa Lahiri, Rujuta Diwekar, Namita Devidayal, Anita Desai, Mohammed Hanif) along with their global lists (Salman Rushdie, Vikas Swarup, Dan Brown, John Grisham, Deepak Chopra, Edward de Bono) that they are distributing in India.
This is another large enterprise outside India that also wants to expand here. Your internatonal listing is very powerful in many different categories, also in children's literature (remember Enid Blyton?). Your entry page was the best I have seen so far - brief, concise and very clear what you want from the writers (preferably softcopy entries - 1 page book suggestion, 3 example chapter, 200 words organic writer - sent to firstname.lastname@example.org) and what the writers can look forward to from them (confirmation of the entry in 2 working day and a very quick ruling in 6 weeks).
Give the publishing houses about 4 - 6 month to assess and answer. You can just get p*ssed away with you and your work and that is the end of the line with this publisher. p*ssed away with you and your work. Some of the major publishing companies that have established themselves in India.
And then there are our own publishing houses that do a good job and give the boys a race for their own cash - Rupa publishers, Roli Books, Pustak Mahal (Cedar Books).