Last month the team at Windhorse Publications had the pleasure of welcoming intern Gayathri Mahesh one day a week for four weeks. A graduate in Civil Engineering from Chennai, India, Gayathri has a passion for writing and is currently studying for an MA in Creative Writing and Publishing at Anglia Ruskin University.
Gayathri achieved a lot in only four days. Her first task was to liaise with publishing director, Priyananda, to gather information about on-demand printing. This included arranging phone interviews...
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About Windhorse Publications
At Windhorse Publications we produce life-changing Buddhist books for all levels of involvement in the Dharma life, from the complete beginner to the experienced practitioner. We are the main publisher of Sangharakshita and we also publish Dharma books by members of the Triratna community and some practitioner-scholars outside the movement.
Giulietta from Windhorse Publications writes: “We are looking forward to two new books coming out this summer - I’ll Meet You There by Shantigarbha and Satipatthāna Meditation: A Practice Guide by Bhikkhu Anālayo. As we’re a small charity, we ask that you please consider sponsoring one or both to help us with publication costs. Those contributing sponsorships of £30 or more will receive the eBook and paperback upon publication.
By Helen - Windhor... on Mon, 18 Jan, 2016 - 16:19
We at Windhorse Publications are looking forward to some exciting new releases in 2016, including three new books and the first volume of Sangharakshita’s Complete Works.
New Books in 2016
Great Faith, Great Wisdom, to be launched in April, is a beautiful exploration of the imaginative world portrayed in the Pure Land Sutras, a world that is the objectification of the awakened mind. Author Ratnaguna and translator Śraddhāpa take a practical and imaginative approach, and this book is endorsed...
Publishing in the 21st Century is all about change and adapting to challenging conditions, with lower profits from online sales and increased competition from digital formats. Windhorse Publications, a small independent Buddhist publisher in Cambridge, UK, is meeting the digital challenge of this and share their experience with us in a fascinating discussion that’s relevant to anyone looking to publish books in the age of the Kindle and the iPad…