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  • Eric Smith is Quirk Books’ marketing and social media coordinator and co-founder of the incredibly successful website Geekadelphia, dedicated to all things geek in the city of Philadelphia. Every year,...

    Eric Smith

    Eric Smith is Quirk Books’ marketing and social media coordinator and co-founder of the incredibly successful website Geekadelphia, dedicated to all things geek in the city of Philadelphia. Every year,...

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  • Faiqa Mansab received the MFA in Creative Writing with Distinction from Kingston University London, in 2014. Her short stories and an excerpt from her novel were published in The Missing...

    Faiqa Mansab

    Faiqa Mansab received the MFA in Creative Writing with Distinction from Kingston University London, in 2014. Her short stories and an excerpt from her novel were published in The Missing...

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  • Falguni Kothari is a New York-based Indian novelist and the author of It’s Your Move, Wordfreak! and its prequel, Scrabbulous Impressions, a short story published in Femina. She was awarded...

    Falguni Kothari

    Falguni Kothari is a New York-based Indian novelist and the author of It’s Your Move, Wordfreak! and its prequel, Scrabbulous Impressions, a short story published in Femina. She was awarded...

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  • Gayathri Ponvannan is a network engineer, and writer. Her works have been published in The Times of India, The Hindu, The Gulf News, The Chicken Soup series, as well as...

    Gayathri Ponvannan

    Gayathri Ponvannan is a network engineer, and writer. Her works have been published in The Times of India, The Hindu, The Gulf News, The Chicken Soup series, as well as...

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  • Gulzar is a renowned Indian poet, filmmaker, lyricist and writer. He has five collections of published poems to his credit – Jaanam, Kuch aur Nazme, Chand Pukhraj Ka, Triveni, and...

    Gulzar

    Gulzar is a renowned Indian poet, filmmaker, lyricist and writer. He has five collections of published poems to his credit – Jaanam, Kuch aur Nazme, Chand Pukhraj Ka, Triveni, and...

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  • Gurcharan Das is an author, management guru as well as public intellectual. He is the author of the bestsellers The Difficulty of Being Good: On the Subtle Art of Dharma,...

    Gurcharan Das

    Gurcharan Das is an author, management guru as well as public intellectual. He is the author of the bestsellers The Difficulty of Being Good: On the Subtle Art of Dharma,...

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  • Ira Trivedi is the best selling author of four books, most recently of India in Love, a seminal work of non-fiction on India’s sexual revolution. Ira is a contributor to...

    Ira Trivedi

    Ira Trivedi is the best selling author of four books, most recently of India in Love, a seminal work of non-fiction on India’s sexual revolution. Ira is a contributor to...

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  • Jan-Philipp Sendker was the American correspondent for Stern from 1990 to 1995, and its Asian correspondent from 1995 to 1999. He is the author of Cracks in the Wall, a...

    Jan-Philipp Sendker

    Jan-Philipp Sendker was the American correspondent for Stern from 1990 to 1995, and its Asian correspondent from 1995 to 1999. He is the author of Cracks in the Wall, a...

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  • Jane De Suza is known as one of the funniest writers in India today. Her novels include the recently released Happily Never After, a hilarious love story; and the detective-comedy...

    Jane De Suza

    Jane De Suza is known as one of the funniest writers in India today. Her novels include the recently released Happily Never After, a hilarious love story; and the detective-comedy...

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  • Jill MacDonald trained as a singer but later took to teaching English literature and Poetry both in England and in India. She worked as an educational research officer at Exeter...

    Jill MacDonald

    Jill MacDonald trained as a singer but later took to teaching English literature and Poetry both in England and in India. She worked as an educational research officer at Exeter...

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