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Visibility & discoverability in the digital era!

Discovery services provide a way to ensure books are easily found by patrons. In this information age, how does Elsevier ensures visibility & discoverability in the digital era, shares Dr Sangeeta Mehta, Regional Director- South Asia,…

Future of publishing– printing to platforms

The future of publishing lies in how well publishers can create a solution that can go up the value chain. Publishing would evolve into a model where the content is free but the services, delivery format and personalization of learning…

Songs of Bollywood

Poetry turns words into art. It can hurt and it can heal. It can express emotions even in the most intensely joyous or grievous times. When we mention poetry, who could forget everlasting melancholy words of poets like William Shakespeare,…

Poetry: an honest expression!

“Poetry is a form of literature that uses aesthetic and rhythmic qualities of language, such as phonoaesthetics (the possible connection between sound sequences and meaning), sound symbolism, and metre to evoke meanings in addition to, or…

“Bookselling is a noble business”

says Vijay Ahuja of Delhi Book Store in conversation with All About Book Publishing. Delhi Book Store (DBS) is in the business of distribution of printed books for the last seven decades. “In last seven decades, we have seen a lot of ups…

Emma House @ Publishers Association

–Fully committed to meet the current and future challenges to publishing industry Emma House, the newly promoted deputy chief executive of Publishers Association, shares more about how the Publishers Association (PA) is working towards the…

Publishing in Punjabi: swimming against the full tide

There is a niche market for Punjabi literature, which has also been grappling with changing times. Here, Harish Jain of Unistar Books Pvt Ltd shares his views on the current market trends and more. Having been born and brought up in Punjab…