ALICE ALBINIA is the author of Empires of the Indus: The Story of a River (Hachette, 2008), and a novel, Leela's Book (Random House India, 2011).
HARTOSH SINGH BAL is Political Editor of The Caravan and is the author of Waters Close Over Us, A Journey Along the Narmada.
SAYANDEB CHOWDHURY is Assistant Professor, School of Liberal Studies, Ambedkar University, Delhi. Currently on leave from teaching, he is a PhD fellow at the
Department of Film Studies, Jadavpur University, Calcutta. His essays have appeared in Caravan, Art India, Biblio, Film International and various academic journals.
SIDDHARTH CHOWDHURY is the author of Patna Roughcut (Picador India, 2005) and Daysholar (Picador India, 2010), which was shortlisted for the 2009 Man Asian
Literary Prize. His forthcoming work of fiction The Patna Manual of Style is forthcoming from Aleph in early 2015.
ELLA DATTA was Tagore National Fellow for Cultural Research. She has curated an exhibition of Jamini Roy (NGMA) and another of Arpita Singh (Lalit
Kala Akademi). Her most recent book is on Jamini Roy.
AVIJIT GHOSH is a Senior Editor at The Times of India, New Delhi. He is the author of Cinema Bhojpuri, 40 Retakes: Bollywood Classics You May Have Missed
and a novel, Bandicoots in the Moonlight.
SOMAK GHOSHAL is a reader, editor and writer based in New Delhi.
SHARMISTHA GOOPTU is a film scholar and joint editor of the journal South Asian History and Culture.
TRISHA GUPTA is an independent writer and culture critic based in Delhi. Her published writing is available to read at trishagupta.blogspot.in.
POORNIMA JOSHI is Political Editor, Hindu Business Line.
MAYA R KHOSLA's poems have appeared in Munyori, Poem, World Literature Today; have been collected in Keel Bone (Dorothy Brunsman Award), featured in
films including Village of Dust, City of Water, and are forthcoming in Weber –The Contemporary West.
NANDINI LAL is a writer and critic based in Washington DC.
PRADEEP MAGAZINE is a veteran cricket writer, author of the book Not Quite Cricket (Penguin Books India) and Sports Advisor with the Hindustan Times.
BORIA MAJUMDAR is a sports historian whose books include Olympics - The India Story (HarperCollins, 2012) and Sachin Tendulkar: Playing It My Way
(Hodder & Stoughton, 2014).
RITU MENON is the author of Out of Line: A Literary and Political Biography of Nayantara Sahgal (4th Estate, 2014) and the founder and publisher of
MANJULA PADMANABHAN is an author, playwright and cartoonist. Her books include Getting There, a travel memoir and Harvest, winner of the 1997
Onassis Award for theatre. Escape, a science-fiction novel set in a woman-less future was published in 2008 and its sequel, The Island of Lost Girls is forthcoming
MUDAR PATHERYA worked for nine years as a cricket writer for Sportsworld.
JYOTI PUNWANI has been a journalist since 1974 . She is based in Mumbai and currently freelance s, focussing on issues of communalism .
FEROZ RATHER is a Kashmiri writer who received his MFA from California State University Fresno. His work has appeared in The Rumpus, Caravan,
Tehelka, Berfrois, Warscapes, among others. He is a contributing editor at The Normal School.
VISHNUPRIYA SENGUPTA has a PhD in English Literature and is an alumna of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Jadavpur University and University of Milan.
She is a print journalist turned freelance writer, independent research scholar, occasional guest faculty and is currently working for PricewaterhouseCoopers
RUMINA SETHI is a Professor at the Department of English and Cultural Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh. She is the author of Myths of the Nation,
Oxford University Press (Clarendon) and The Politics of Postcolonialism(Pluto). She is Editor of the journal, Dialog which appears bi-annually.
JAI ARJUN SINGH is an independent writer and critic, and the author of Jaane bhi do Yaaro: Seriously Funny Since 1983, about the making of the cult comedy
BRIJ TANKHA retired as Professor of Modern Japanese History at the Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi. He is currently an Honorary
Fellow and Co-ordinator of the East Asia Programme, Institute of Chinese Studies.
SHARDA UGRA is a Senior Editor at ESPNcricinfo and has been a sports journalist for 25 years.