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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

In She Goes to War, Rashmi Saksena presents the lives of women who have been crucial operators in insurgencies in Assam, Manipur, Nagaland, Chhattisgarh and Kashmir. This excerpt is about the Manipuri faith healer Purnima, who was once a dreaded killer. Click here to read an excerpt from the book.

Book launch of Infinite Variety: A History of Desire in India by Madhavi Menon. Acclaimed author Mahesh Rao was in conversation with Madhavi Menon. Click here to view the album.

In her new book Beyond Dharma: Dissent in the Ancient Indian Sciences of Sex and Politics, Wendy Doniger writes about the convoluted reasoning and origins of Hindutva’s love for ‘mythoscience’. Click here to read an excerpt.

Reviews

‘The real reason to read this book is to see Ali disembowel conventional wisdom through irreverent questioning and common sense.’ Book review of Running Away From Elephants: The Adventures Of A Wildlife Biologist by Rauf Ali.

‘In her latest book, Beyond Dharma: Dissent in the Ancient Indian Sciences of Sex and Politics (Speaking Tiger) she shows the tradition of subversion and dissent was alive and well in ancient Indian writing, especially Kautilya’s Arthashastra and Vatsyanana’s Kamasutra.’ Book review of Beyond Dharma: Dissent in the Ancient Indian Sciences of Sex and Politics by Wendy Doniger.

‘… Don’t Run, My Love may be read and enjoyed as a simple folktale, it may also be read as an allegory of human relationships as love is fraught with danger. Also it may be an allegory for life itself where it is almost impossible to segregate good and evil into neat compartments.’ Book review of Don’t Run, My Love by Easterine Kire.

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