is an environmental historian at Yale, interdisciplinary scholar, writer, and literary critic, based in New Haven, Connecticut.
is a writer, activist, and Lecturer in English at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
is a painter, photographer, and mixed-media artist at the Pratt Institute, currently based in Islamabad.
is a multimedia journalist, currently an Associate Producer on The New York Times Opinion audio team, based in Hartford, Connecticut, and Washington DC.
is a multi-disciplinary designer and artist, currently a Junior Visual Designer at Code and Theory, and the creator of Refusing Refusal. She is based in Baltimore and New Jersey.
is a poet, feminist activist, campaign strategist, and alternative educator based in Lucknow and New Delhi.
is a freelance photographer and graphic designer, based in Philadelphia and Washington DC.
is managing editor at Paris Review, based in New York City.
He is Associate Professor of History and Canada Research Chair of Global and Comparative History at the University of Victoria. He is also a theatre artist, critic, and author of Recasting the Region: Language, Culture, and Islam in Colonial Bengal, among others.
is a writer, editor, and educator, formerly with Flyway: Journal of Writing & Environment. She is based in Ames, Iowa.
is a writer and software engineer, based in Los Angeles.
is a painter, installation artist, and aerodynamicist, currently based in Los Angeles.
is a sociocultural anthropologist at UT Austin, formerly with Dawn and Express Tribune. She is also a journalist and activist, based in Austin.
is an economic anthropologist at Harvard, formerly with Boston Review. She is based in New London, Connecticut and Ajmer, Rajasthan.
is a writer, photographer, and the author of The Lovers and the Leavers and Olive Witch, among others. She is based in New York City.
NUR NASREEN IBRAHIM
is a reporter at Snopes, a producer formerly with Al-Jazeera and Patriot Act, and a writer based in Lahore and New York City.
is an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing & English at the University of Georgia. He is a literary translator, and the author of His Father’s Disease, and The House With a Thousand Stories, among others. He is based in Athens, Georgia.
is a visual designer and animator based in Dhaka and NYC.
SHREYAS R KRISHNAN
is an Assistant Professor in illustration, comics, and visual storytelling at Washington University in St. Louis.
is a feature writer for ESPN and National Geographic, based in Hartford, Connecticut.
is an illustrator and visual artist. She makes comics, prints and murals, and teaches illustration at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore.
is a graphic designer and interactive artist currently studying at the Maryland Institute College of Art. She is based in Toronto and Baltimore.
SARAH THANKAM MATHEWS
is a writer and organizer, a fellow at the Asian American Writers Workshop, and founder of the mutual aid network Bed-Stuy Strong. She is currently based in New York City.
is a digital organizer at Act On Mass, a former staffer for Elizabeth Warren, and a contributor at Data for Progress. She is based in the Boston area.
is a writer and journalist. He works on interactives and multimedia at the New Yorker, and is based in New York City.
is a lawyer, writer, and activist based in London.
is chief editor at Himal Southasian and is based in Colombo.
is the author of the story collection Killing the Water, and translator of Mahmudul Haque’s Black Ice. He is based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
is a Dalit poet, and activist. He is the author of Warscape Verses, Letters to Namdeo Dhasal, and Love After Babel. He is based in Thiruvandanapuram, Kerala.
is a writer and teacher, currently at Brown University. She is based in Providence, Rhode Island.
is a UX Designer at Washingtonian Magazine. She is based in Maryland and Washington DC.
is a gender & development professional and writer based in Lahore.
is the founding editor of Postscript Magazine and also works for Canvas Magazine. She is a poet, journalist, and photographer based in Dubai.
is a Professor of English at Susquehanna University, visiting faculty at the Vermont College of Fine Arts, editor at West Branch and 7.13 Books, and author of The Other One. She is based in Selingsgrove, Pennsylvania.