Gavin McCrea’s first novel, Mrs Engels was shortlisted for the Desmond Elliot Prize and the Walter Scott Prize, and longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award. His second novel, The Sisters Mao, received high acclaim internationally. His first work of non-fiction, a memoir entitled Cells has been longlisted for the Polari Prize for LGBTQ+ Literature. Most recently, he has been commissioned by Hachette/John Murray to write a novel of ideas featuring Jean-Jacques Rousseau. His articles have appeared in The Paris Review, The Guardian, The Irish Times, The Dublin Review, Lithub and Catapult.
Amith Prabhu is a pioneering Public Relations professional with 20 years of work experience.
He has worked at Genesis (now BCW India), APCO Worldwide, Publicis Groupe and Edelman. He has…
Anjan Sundaram is an award-winning author, journalist and television presenter, whose war correspondence has won a Frontline Club Award and a Reuters prize. Sundaram has reported from Central Africa…More Info
Anjum Hasan’s latest novel is History’s Angel. She is the author of The Cosmopolitans, Neti Neti, Lunatic in my Head, and Difficult Pleasures which have been shortlisted for the…More Info
Anthony Sattin is a writer of history and travel. Much of his work focuses on the Middle East and North Africa, including three highly acclaimed books of history and…More Info