Janhavi Acharekar has worked variously as journalist, copywriter and art researcher. Her short stories and features have appeared in leading publications. Currently a freelancer, she is looking for a publisher for her first collection of short stories, ‘A String Around The Finger’. She lives and works in Mumbai.
Alice Albinia is a writer and editor who currently lives in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Karishma Attari co-edits Prithvi Notes, journal of Prithvi Theatre, Mumbai.
Abir Bazaz is a writer and filmmaker from Kashmir. He lives in New Delhi.
Nirmal Kanti Bhattacharjee is former Director of National Book Trust and currently Editor of Sahitya Akademi’s journal, Indian Literature. He has published translations of Mahasweta Devi into English and U. R. Anantamurthy into Bengali.
Pankaj Butalia is a filmmaker based in New Delhi.
Supriya Chaudhuri is Professor of English at Jadavpur University, Kolkata, specialising in Renaissance and Modern European Literature.
Partho Datta teaches History at Zakir Hussain College (Evening), New Delhi.
Poonam Datta teaches at National Law College, Gurgaon. Her work entitled ‘Imagining India in British Indian Writings Between 1914-1945’ is under publication.
Sandipan Deb is the Managing Editor of Outlook and the author of The IITians (Viking, 2004).
Rashmi Doraiswamy is Reader (Central Asia) at the Academy of Third World Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.
Darryl D’monte is a Mumbai-based environmental journalist and former Resident Editor of
The Times of India. He is the author of Ripping the Fabric: The Decline of Mumbai and its Mills (Oxford University Press, 2002).
V. Geetha is a writer and translator.
Her published works include (with S.V. Rajadurai) Towards a Non-Brahmin Millennium: From Iyothee Thass to Periyar (Samya, 1998) and Gender (Theorising Feminism Series, Stree, 2001). Currently she is Editorial Director, Tara Publishing, Chennai.
Bhaskar Ghose is a writer and columnist.
Sonia Jabbar is an independent writer who has worked on Kashmir since 1995.
Ruchir Joshi is a writer and filmmaker.
Mira Kamdar is a Senior Fellow at World Policy Institute, New School University, New York and the author of the award-winning memoir Motiba’s Tattoos: A Granddaughter’s Journey from America into her Indian Family’s Past (Plume, 2001).
Malavika Karlekar is Editor, Indian Journal of Gender Studies.
Asha Khan is thirteen-years-old and lives in Edinburgh.
Daniel Lak is an itinerant Himalyan journalist, currently confined to working in sea level America, where he writes, broadcasts and generally labours for the BBC.
Radhakrishnan Nayar is a writer specialising in international affairs.
Jerry Pinto is Executive Editor of Man’s World magazine. His first book of poems, Asylum (Allied Publishers), has been recently released.
Alok Rai is Professor, Department of English, University of Delhi. He is the author of Hindi Nationalism (Orient Longman, 2001).
Sanjay Sipahimalani is a writer working in an advertising agency in Gurgaon.
Andrew Whitehead, former BBC Delhi correspondent, presents 'The World Today’ on BBC World Service Radio.