Born in Jerusalem in 1971, Eshkol lives in Israel with his wife and three daughters. He is the author of best-selling and prize winning novels, ‘Homesick’, ‘World Cup Wishes’, ‘Neuland’, ‘Three Floors Up’ and ‘The Last Interview’. His books, originally written in Hebrew, were translated into 11 languages and sold a million copies around the world. He is the co-founder of Israel’s largest creative writing school and is considered a mentor to many young and upcoming writers in the country.
A C Grayling CBE, is the Master of the New College of the Humanities, London, and its Professor of Philosophy. He is also a Supernumerary Fellow of St Anne’s…More Info
A former Professor of Medical Law at the University of Edinburgh, Alexander has written more than 100 books. He is best known for ‘The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency’…More Info
Ambarish is a Delhi-based vascular surgeon and writer. His debut novel ‘Perineum: Nether Parts of the Empire’, a rogue, fictive sexual history of the British Raj, was published in…More Info
Amrita is the author of the novel ‘Milk Teeth’. Her writing has appeared in ‘Hindustan Times’, ‘Scroll’, ‘Himal Southasian’ and ‘Brown Paper Bag’. Amrita was trained as an aerospace…More Info