Why I became co-founder of Story Artisan Press

Mar 23, 2020 | In words

Driven by profit motives, traditional publishers may or may not accept writing that serves only a niche market. As Indian diaspora writers, Nandini Patwardhan and I faced many rejections until we embarked on a unique publishing journey to create a platform for our writing and in the process create a space for others like us.

Sharing the first year journey of Story Artisan Press in  The Curious Reader

Are you a writer? What genre do you write? What has your publishing experience been like? Tell me about your success and your challenges. 

Photo from Ranjani Rao’s archives.

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