Why I became co-founder of Story Artisan Press
March 23, 2020
Story Artisan Press books Ranjani Rao Nandini Patwardhan

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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