Aditi Thorat co-founded Slice( )Mango, a multi-culti writers' collective of Oxford students. She is working on her novella set in South Africa and a collaborative collection called Poets in Conversation. She lives in Mumbai.

Ayaz Ahmed had a hard time telling us about himself. We've excerpted a few examples of his efforts:
Ayaz Ahmed is from Lahore. He lives in New York...
Ayaz Ahmed is from Lahore. He studied in South Africa and currently lives in New York...
Or (in his words) more pretentious, more New York...
Ayaz Ahmed is a writer living in New York...
or more...
Ayaz Ahmed is currently working on his first novel. He lives in New York.

Elizabeth Sanders is a professor in the Cornell University Government Department. At Cornell, she teaches courses on social movements, American political development, foreign policy, and the presidency.

Manish Vaidya is a graduate student in Activism & Social Change at New College of California in San Francisco. He is an anarchist community organizer working to build resistance to grand juries and other tools of state repression and social control.

Ra Ravishankar is a graduate student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Saadia Toor is a paid pontificator and an unpaid poet. She lives in a 1986 Toyota Tercel stationwagon.

Originally from Karachi, Sahar Shafqat teaches political science at St. Mary's College of Maryland.

Shefali Chandra believes that every major war of the 21st century will be staged because 1st world breeders are running out of resources. Please adopt, she says, if you must universalise your bourgeois values. In her mind she lives in an unnamed world historical city that does not exist.

Shivali Tukdeo is a graduate student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Umeeta Sadarangani is an Associate Professor of English at Parkland College in Champaign, Illinois, and is also an artist who actively displays and sells her work in Champaign-Urbana. 

Sher Khan Bahadur lives in San Francisco where he shuffles paper during the day and propaganda during the night.