Anuj Bahri
Anuj Bahri

CEO & Principal Agent

I believe, there is no story that has not been written, but the love with which it is narrated makes all the difference. A story ‘well told’ is what I am looking for.

Graduated from the University of Delhi with Bachelors in Commerce, I joined the legendry booksellers, BAHRISONS at Khan Market, New Delhi. After having worked with the bookstore for 20 odd years under the tutorship of Balraj Bahri, I looked at other avenues in the book trade and added a small publishing division called Tara- India Research Press, and a literary agency called Red Ink, to the existing line of business as a bookseller. Thirty-three years after- today, with an all-round experience as a Bookseller, Publisher and Literary Agent - I head the group of BAHRI. 

Sharvani Pandit
Sharvani Pandit

Head of Editorial

I am always looking for a story that informs, but above all entertains and engages. It should hold you spellbound and suck you into the writer’s world. I read everything from thrillers to fantasy, young adult to historical fiction, classics to narrative non-fiction. Some favourites from an endless list of greats, include Leon Uris, Conn Iggulden, Rick Riordan, EoinColfer, JRR Tolkien, Terry Prachet, James Patterson (of Alex Cross books), Lee Child, Gabriel Marquez, Bill Bryson and Richard Dawkins.

I’ve been a journalist for twelve years and then an Editor for five. I currently spend my time reading and editing manuscripts, looking for that elusive diamond in the rough that can become the next phenomenon or take the world by storm. My motto is tell it simply and tell it well! 

Aanchal Malhotra
Aanchal Malhotra

Editor

At Red Ink, I focus on developing mostly high quality literary and historical fiction, with a keen interest in women’s writing and diasporic literature. I am also very interested in acquiring debut writing. 

I am also the author of Remnants of Partition: 21 Objects from a Continent Divided (Hurst, 2019) and Remnants of a Separation: A History of the Partition through Material Memory (HarperCollins India, 2017).

Sarah Zia
Sarah Zia

Agent

Reading well-strung, and inspiring play of words excites me. That, coupled with stories which inform, engage, and reflect diverse human experiences, is what I am looking for. I enjoy reading commercial, literary and historical fiction along with political non-fiction. My two favorite pieces of literature would be Middlemarch by George Eliot, and “Rockaby” by Samuel Beckett.
 
I have studied English and Communication at the University of California, Los Angles. While at university, I worked as an editorial assistant at The Charlotte Gusay Literary Agency, Los Angeles. I have interned at Hay House Publishing, New Delhi, and at Harper Collins India.
Priyanka Pathania
Priyanka Pathania

Film Division / Creative Producer 

A story hunter; that’s who I am. At Red Ink, my focus is to find stories for screen. Being a screenwriter, I am also interested in helping authors who want to write for movies/series. Lastly, I am interested in not just adaptations from book-to-screen, but commissioning fresh works purely for screen across a variety of genre. 

 

Stuti Agarwal
Stuti Agarwal

Editor, Tara India Research Press

When not buried in my Roald Dahls, Harry Potters, Tolkiens, Jonas Jonassons, I am looking for the next whizzpopping tale. After my short spell in journalism, I graduated into a world inhabited by some of my favourite authors with my first and second children's book, and am now a permanent resident. I am a fiction addict. I believe that a successful story is a union of narrative fantasias and a powerful voice, with absurdities of plot thrown in for good measure. If a book can make me laugh, I'm sold. 

Priya Singh
Priya Singh

Admin

A book holds an entire life's experience within. At Red Ink, my aim is to help in providing others with the same experience. I work to provide an easy network for authors by helping them realise their works. I graduated from University of Delhi with Masters in English Literature. I love reading and watching old movies. My favourite pieces of literature are Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye, and Caryl Churchill's A Number. 

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