Tenzin Tsundue is a Tibetan award-winning and widely translated writer and activist, born and raised in India.
Tess Joseph is an Oscar Nominated Casting Director & Director of Spoken Fest 2017-2024.
Thomas Zacharias is the founder of The Locavore, a transformative platform focused on Doing Good Through Food in India.
Tishani Doshi is a former lead dancer and publishes poetry, fiction and essays.
Tomer Gardi was born in Israel, lives in Berlin and writes in German and Hebrew.
Tuhin A Sinha is a popular author and columnist and is presently the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Tulsi Jayakumar is Professor of Economics and Executive Director, Centre for Family Business & Entrepreneurship at Bhavan’s S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR), Mumbai.
Uma Rama Rao has doctorates in both engineering and Kannada literature. A former professor of engineering, she is now a literary translator from English and Marathi to Kannada.
Usha Subramanian is a freelance commentator who was formerly an English professor and French teacher.
Vappala Balachandran was a special secretary, cabinet secretariat, in the Indian government and writes extensively on national security and Intelligence.
Vidya Vencatesan is Professor of French and Francophone Literature at Mumbai University.
Vivek Shanbhag is a Kannada author, pioneering editor and playwright. His work has been widely translated into many languages.
Wandana Sonalkar has researched and written extensively on gender and caste.
Yadnya Ankita is a woman of transgender experience from Mumbai whose interests lie in makeup, poems and chai.
Zac O’Yeah is an Indo-Swedish novelist and author. Though known for his detective stories, his latest book is about his adventures in Indian restaurants and kitchens.
Zai Whitaker is a naturalist and educator who has written 20 children’s books on nature.