John L. Murphy is: a Medievalist turned humanities professor; an unrepentant but not unskeptical Fenian; an overconfident accumulator of books & music; an over-curious seeker of trivia, quadrivia, esoterica. He lives and teaches in California.
Niranjana Iyer is a writer and book critic. Formerly based in Canada, she is now living in California.
[P] is a book-reviewer concentrating mostly on classic translated literature. He lives in England.
Richard Bratby is an English classical music writer, critic, consultant, and amateur contrarian.
Robert is a book blogger at Pink Sheep Cafe. He lives and works in Yellowknife, in Canada’s Northwest Territories.
Silja Aðalsteinsdóttir is a writer, translator and editor. She was the publishing director of Mal og menning, a part of Forlagið Publishing House, and has been a drama reviewer for TMN. She lives in Reykjavík.