We write books together and create a social impact ..
Bose Creative Publishers established in 2020 by Brindarica Bose, aims to bring together creative contributors for a book, and support the underprivileged from book sales. The publishing house works in close collaboration with various groups or artists and writers, including the SHE Group of writers, which is a forum of over 45+ Indian-origin women coming from various professional backgrounds, from 10 countries, who work as volunteers to support the cause. Book Topics: Creative arts, management topics, running diaries, sketching and painting diaries, travelogues, short stories, novels, poetry, cooking experiments, photography, flash fiction. We publish to create a change together. This is a collaborative platform .
SHE Writers Group Editors and Coordinators (Core Members) include, (some of whom are present on stage today): Abhilasha Kumar (Switz.), Ashwathy Menon (India), Brindarica Bose (Switz.), Ekta Sharma Khandelwal (Australia), Jesleen Papneja (US), Kamalika Ray (India), Nayana Chakrabarti (Switz.), Rejina Ramachandran (Switz.), Teesta Ghosh (US), Raka Mitra (Netherlands), Saleha Singh (Australia), Shinta Simon (Switz.), Sumona Ghosh Das (US), Vinita Godinha (Australia).
First Goal: As a Publisher, we believe that everyone has a unique talent. But either you have no time to pursue that talent after your 'day job', or you are not convinced that it is worth pursuing. It could be your talent for drawing and painting, or writing fiction and poetry, or that stubborn wanderlust and photography; that you could never really give up.
Second Goal: As a Publisher, we feel, that most of us are privileged to have a normal life and hence the 'onus' to support the underprivileged, also lies upon us. How? For example, you could publish a book with us, and contribute to a social cause, from sales profits.
Bose Creative Publishers donated ~100 CHF per month since April 2020, to various social projects including: Unicef, Pandemic relief, Give India (to support safe shelter, mid-day meals for children), Aakash Patreon, and other NGOs to empower the underprivileged. We would like to thank our readers and writers for helping us achieve this goal.