Abheek Barua has been a regular columnist for Business Standard. Having written on the issues in the dry world of economics and finance for over a decade, he was curious to know if his skills would work in fiction. This resulted in two novels, City of God and The Beheading, both detective novels that follow […]
Aditya Sinha last worked for a newspaper in Mumbai. He is now hand-in-glove with Mumbai policewoman Mona Ramteke who was long looking for a writer to chronicle her tales of detection. The CEO Who Lost His Head is the outcome of his first assignment.
Amrit Gill has vast experience in the Australian arts sector in community arts and cultural development, social enterprise, and international cultural relations. At the Australia Council, she has managed the review of international residencies programs as well as the implementation of the Council’s first international arts strategy. Prior to joining the Australia Council, Amrit worked […]
Amrita Tripathi is a novelist and independent journalist working primarily in digital media at present. She is Editor-at-large at SheThe People.TV and helps co-curate @genderlogindia, a crowd-sourced Twitter handle on gender identity. Both of her novels Broken News and The Sibius Knot, deal with life, relationships, and urban realities. Tripathi is also a former senior […]
Anish Sarkar is the author of two thrillers – Benaami, and Second Lives. In his day job as a corporate executive, Anish heads the India business of a global consulting firm based in Mumbai. His interests include travelling, cricket, and wildlife.
Dr. Anup Surendranath is the Director of the Centre on the Death Penalty at National Law University, Delhi and also teaches constitutional law there. He led the Death Penalty Research Project between June 2013 – May 2016 that interviewed all of India’s prisoners sentenced to death and their families towards developing a socio-economic profile of […]
Arjun Raj Gaind, creator and author of the critically acclaimed, best-selling graphic novels, Empire of Blood, Reincarnation Man, and Project: Kalki, the comic-book series Blade of the Warrior: Kshatriya, The Mighty Yeti, and A Brief History of Death. A Very Pukka Murder, the first in a series of historical crime thrillers chronicling the adventures of […]
Ashwin Sanghi is counted among India’s highest-selling English fiction authors. He has written four novels, all bestsellers: The Rozabal Line, Chanakya’s Chant, The Krishna Key and The Sialkot Saga. He also co-writes the Private series of crime thrillers with James Patterson. Ashwin also mentors and edits the 13 Steps series of self-help books. Ashwin was […]
Avantika Mehta is a writer and a lawyer. She is a senior reporter and covered legal news for Hindustan Times. She has previously reported on all things under the sun for Times of India, The Sunday Guardian, Tehelka Magazine, and Stringer.com (Aus.). Her fiction has been published by The Asia Literary Review and Out of […]
Bhaskar Chattopadhyay is an author and translator. He has written and edited the bestselling anthology of short stories 14: Stories That Inspired Satyajit Ray. He has translated veteran Bengali writers like Rabindranath Tagore, Rajshekhar Basu, Tarashankar Bandyopadhyay and Satyajit Ray, among others. His debut novel Patang was written for the screen and has received wide […]
At 46, Chetan is still deciding what he will be when he grows up. A former CEO and trainer, Chetan has done a McGonagall and is now a full-time writer who lives in a remote Himalayan village. In addition to writing and blogging he hosts the Himalayan Writing Retreats: writing getaways for both novice and […]
Giampaolo Simi is an Italian author of the books Rosa Elettrica and La notte alle mie spalle. He has contributed to the Italian crime anthology, Crimini italiani. He writes screenplays for several TV crime-fiction series like Ispettore Coliandro, Crimini and Ris. His first TV film as a scriptwriter, Luce del Nord, was selected amongst the […]