East India Press is a re-envisioned publisher for an evolving industry, led by innovators from both the traditional publishing and new media spaces.
East India embraces emerging technologies and new distribution methods, producing every novel in four forms : as an enhanced multimedia experience, as a standard e-book, as an audiobook, and as a limited edition hardcover.
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Far more than in traditional publishing, East India relies on a convergence of talent from multiple media. Printed pros meld with illustration, photography, filmography, sound design and music to produce a rich media literary experience. We feature our star collaborators, and their extraordinary work, here.
Senior Partner, Editor
David Farland is an award-winning, New York Times bestselling author who has penned nearly fifty science fiction and fantasy novels for both adults and children. Along the way, he has also worked as the head judge for one of the world's largest writing contests, as a creative writing instructor, as a videogame designer, as a screenwriter, and as a film producer.
David Farland is one of a very few authors to be a New York Times bestseller under multiple names (he publishes sci-fi under his given name, Dave Wolverton).
In England he has been promoted as "The New King of Fantasy," and in the U.S. his books have hit #1 positions on several bestseller lists, including the science fiction and fantasy bestseller lists for both the Walden's and the Barnes and Noble bookstore chains. The third book in the Runelords series hit the New York Times Bestseller list.
Beginning in 2005 Dave began publishing his bestselling Ravenspell books for middle-grade readers, and he currently has several new books in the works.
Senior Partner, Creative Director
Over the course of his fifteen year career, Miles Romney has co-invented DigiClay Animation (directing the first computer-animated content for the iconic Gumby franchise, and the Hyde Park Troupe animated serial, hailed by Disney as a "slam dunk"), Cryptocast streaming encryption, and ActiveMatch inventory matching, and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, C-Net, and Fox News. He has twice received a United States Army commendation for outstanding research, as well as a variety of graphic design and multimedia awards, including Alphabytes' Web Developers Top 10%, and Apple Computer's QuickTime Hotpicks. Additionally, he led the team that built secure-document workflow tools that landed ARCANVS, Inc. in the Gartner Group's Top 10 Most Visionary Companies in Information Security. He has published with the prestigious IEEE and with ICSTC, and is a guest lecturer on database architecture for graduate-level Information Technology university courses. He has been invited to present at a variety of technology conferences, including as chair of the "Authoring Technology" board of IEEE's ITHET conference, and as a panelist on the future of web 3D technologies at SIGGRAPH and a speaker on mobile publishing technology at BIA/Kelsey's ILM conference.
Miles Romney is a founder of Matchbin/Editionals, which digitally publishes over 1,200 newspaper, magazine and marketplace properties.
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East India produces material in a range of genres. Our guiding editorial principles are these : does it open some new window of thought, does it challenge some long-held notion, does it explore or inspire, entertain and expose? Be it speculative, historical, mystery, contemporary, or romance, if it makes a valuable impression, then it's East India's bailiwick.