If you're in the business as a niche publisher/translator, chances are, you're doing it for love.
In Confucius' era, heavy bamboo or wood strips were the medium of publication, today its e-publications.
Writer Tsering Norbu says he wants to present the faith, tolerance and courage in Tibetan culture to the world.
In what its editor called a publishing first, 26 authors have joined forces to write a thriller called No Rest For the Dead.
Feuds over property and deadly clashes over land are as much a part of India's economic rise as call centers.
Literature should be a bit detached from the current political situation, says Peruvian-Spanish writer Mario Vargas Llosa.
Six books with the same title, The Founding of a Party, are vying with one another to pay tribute to the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
The recorded history of 5,000 years of Chinese civilization is not just a national treasure.
It took Malaysian Chandran Nair a long time to gain the confidence to start his first book, though the idea was incubated for 20 years.
Helen H. Wang left her hometown of Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, in 1989, with the proverbial Great American Dream twinkling in her eyes.
Xiao Hong's short life was a troubled one, but even by this measure, the time her fianc Wang Enjia abandoned her was a low point.
Professor Howard Goldblatt, hailed as the "midwife" of contemporary Chinese literature by John Updike, was sweating when he received the Xiao Hong Research Award on June 3, in Harbin.