International Publishing Fellowship India 2022: Meet the Fellows

International Publishing Fellowship India 2022: Meet the Fellows

The third event of the year-long International Publishing Fellowship India 2022 and the second of Meet the Fellows sessions will comprise a series of presentations by fellows from India and the UK. The fellows will present a five-minute talk introducing their work and focus areas within publishing. Each presentation will be followed by a brief Q&A during which other programme participants and the broader publishing community can ask them questions.


Riddhi Maitra - BEE Books, India
Molly Slight - Scribe Publications, UK
Bijal Vachharajani - Pratham Books, India
Helene Butler - Johnson & Alcock, UK
Yogesh Maitreya - Panther's Paw, India
Alice Mullen - Poetry Book Society, UK
Raman Shresta - Rachna Books, India
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About the Event

The 2022 International Publishing Fellowship is part of the India/UK Together, a Season of Culture series of programmes. It evolved from the findings of the ‘India Literature and Publishing Sector Study’ conducted by the Art X Company and released in December 2021.

The Fellowship is a peer-to-peer mentoring and professional development programme where publishers from the UK are matched with publishers of similar career stages and publishing interests from India. The year-long programme consists of reciprocal study trips, masterclasses and networking opportunities.

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