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Speaking Tiger Imprints

Under Tigerprint, its custom publishing imprint, Speaking Tiger offers the full range of publishing services to individuals and organizations. The team at Speaking Tiger, comprising some of the best professionals in the industry with decades of experience, offers the following services:

Writing/preparing manuscripts
Editing and proofing
Designing
Printing
Marketing
Distribution

The Tigerprint list accommodates books (in any genre), journals and monographs. For details of fees, timelines and the suitability of your manuscript or project for the list, please write to: tigerprint@speakingtiger.com

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Speaking Tiger News

The Tiger of Mysore is dead. Within months, Henrietta Clive, wife of Madras governor Edward Clive, travels to Seringapatnam to see what is left of Tipu’s world. South Word carries an excerpt from Birds of Passage: Travels in South India, 1798 – 1801 by Henrietta Clive.

Talking Cub, the Children’s Imprint of Speaking Tiger, was launched at the New Delhi World Book Fair 2018 on Sunday, 7 January 2018.
The launch was followed by a conversation between Talking Cub authors Prerna Singh Bindra, Vandana Bist, Ranjit Lal and Subhadra Sen Gupta. The discussion was moderated by Sudeshna Shome Ghosh, Publisher, Talking Cub. Click here to view album.

Speaking Tiger at the New Delhi World Book Fair 2018. Click here to view album.

Reviews

‘No Path in Darjeeling is Straight is Parimal Bhattacharya’s memorable contribution to understanding Darjeeling through a prism, where different colourful images magically come together to offer a remarkable clarity into the hill town as it once was, and its steady decline to what it is now.’ Book review of No Path in Darjeeling is Straight by Parimal Bhattacharya.

‘…it is a story about lost hopes and the constant political haggling that still plague the hills today. It is by no means a happy story. Thapa’s translation adeptly conveys the nuances allowing for a twisting of tense as the story moves back and forth in time.’ Book review of There’s a Carnival Today by Indra Bahadur Rai, translated by Manjushree Thapa.

Abubakar Adam Ibrahim centres his debut story on the changing life of a well respected widow set in the conservative Hausa society of Northern Nigeria. While he spins a story of heartbreak, his main task is to shatter the deceptions that conservative society takes refuge in, issues of what women of a certain age should or should not do and who they should associate with. Book review of Season of Crimson Blossoms by Abubakar Adam Ibrahim.

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