Saturday, September 7, 2013

In Defence of the Editor

Our Commissioning Editor Manasi Subramaniam writes in The Hindu Sunday Magazine about navigating changes in the publishing world and the onus that lies on editorial curatorship:

These are the days when an author may post a novel online and watch it generate revenue without involving the messy intermediations of big profit-making conglomerates, but that only makes it harder to find the needle in the haystack. If we acknowledge the existence of a vibrant, diverse, and culturally important space like the internet which embraces democratic expression and promulgation, then we must also be cognizant of its weaknesses.

Read the entire piece here!