Dina Nayeri is the author of The Ungrateful Refugee, winner of the Geschwister Scholl Preis, finalist for The LA Times Book Prize, Kirkus Prize, and ELLE Grand Prix des Lectrices. A 2019-2020 fellow at the Columbia Institute for Ideas and Imagination in Paris and 2021 Fellow at the American Library in Paris, her work been awarded an NEA grant in literature and UNESCO City of Literature Paul Engle Prize, and been published in 20+ countries and in The New York Times, New Yorker, The Guardian, Granta, O. Henry Prize Stories, Best American Short Stories, and many other publications. She was born in Iran, has lived as a refugee, and is now a lecturer at University of St Andrews in Scotland.
Aanchal Malhotra is an oral historian and writer from New Delhi, India. She is the co-founder of the Museum of Material Memory, and writes extensively on the 1947 Partition…More Info
Adi Pocha is a Mumbai based writer, who has written commercially for television and advertising since 1984. His writing credits include India’s first daily soap on TV, Shanti, with…More Info
Anil Pradhan (he/him/his) is a PhD candidate and UGC Senior Research Fellow at the Department of English, Jadavpur University, Kolkata; and his research focuses on the intersectional politics of…More Info
Anirudh Kanisetti is the author of Lords of the Deccan, a new history of medieval South India. He has received grants from the Princeton Center for Digital Humanities and…More Info