It’s hard to know for sure if Grand Central’s new imprint will be a genuine competitor to the likes of HarperCollins or Simon & Schuster, but if it is, the new imprint is bound to do better.
Grand Central launched its first imprint in 2013, but its business model is still largely based on publishing by the rights holders (Publishers Weekly is a case in point).
In other words, the imprint is not a publisher at all, but an agent, and publishers can often take a loss on a new imprint.
But if a new agent, as well as the rights holder, is also publishing by their side, that’s a good thing for both publishers and authors.
The new imprint has been set up by Arun Singh and Shashi Kannan, the two founders of the award-winning publisher.
The new imprint was launched to help boost its revenues and help it get the most out of its new owners, who are not only from India, but also the United Kingdom and the United States.
It will be publishing at a new location in the heart of the capital, the Grand Central Convention Centre, and will also have offices in other cities in the US, Europe, Australia and Asia.
The goal is to get its revenues up to Rs 3,000 crore by 2022, and its first year of operation should be a success, according to a spokesperson.
The company is set to focus on books, which will include poetry, fiction, non-fiction, journalism, arts and culture, music and animation.
It is also likely to have a range of other publishing ventures, such as books on politics, history and art, as the publisher will be doing work on a number of other publishers, such the American imprints Simon &Schuster and HarperCollins.
The first book to be published under Grand Central is “The Unbearable Lightness of Being: On Beauty and Life in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction”, by Pankaj Mishra.
The book was originally published by HarperCollins in 2017 and was later reissued by Grand Central last year.
It is also interesting to note that the imprint has chosen to take on an agency role.
It’s not the first time that publishers have been interested in an agent role, as there are more than a few publishers with agents on their books, such for example HarperCollins and Simon & Shuster.
There are even several authors who are signed with agents, and that can give them a great deal of visibility, which is one of the reasons publishers are keen on agents.
But it’s not uncommon for publishers to have an agent on their imprints.
Grand Central is looking to publish books from its authors and artists, including the likes the award winner Salman Rushdie, who is the publisher’s latest Indian writer, and author of the bestselling “The Big Sick”.
The book will be published in paperback and on digital platforms.