Smriti Ravindra is a Nepali-Indian writer, residing in Mumbai, India where she works as a high school teacher. Her debut novel The Woman Who Climbed Trees, was published earlier this year. She is a Fulbright scholar from Temple University and holds an MFA in creative writing from North Carolina State University. Her fiction and journalism have been published globally including the USA, India, and Nepal.
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
Anuja Chauhan created advertisements for multinationals for seventeen years, before writing seven best-seller novels: The Zoya Factor, set in the world of international cricket; Battle for Bittora, which captures…More Info
Arjun Raj Gaind is the author of The Anatomy of Loss. He is also the author of A Very Pukka Murder, Death at the Durbar and The Missing Memsahib,…More Info
Arunava Sinha is a literary translator, working from Bengali into English and English into Bengali. More than 80 of his translations have been published so far across India, the…More Info