Caroline is a book and film reviewer from Switzerland.
Chay Lemoine is a professor and Laxness scholar currently living in Illinois.
Darien Fisher-Duke is a “berserker” from Virginia who shared her passion for Halldór in a series of book review “challenges” in her blog.
David S. Baldwin is a Professor of Psychiatry in the Clinical and Experimental Sciences Academic Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton, United Kingdom.
Eric Hinkle hails from Wisconsin, USA, but has been living abroad for some years. He is currently in Osaka, Japan, teaching preschool and completing a Masters in TESOL. He is a passionate addict of world literature and an amateur reviewer when in the right mood. His favorite novel is Independent People.
Emily Lethbridgeholds a PhD in Old Norse literature from the University of Cambridge. She is currently a member of the Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies and has been featured in films and TV. Emily has also taught medieval Icelandic literature and culture at the University of Iceland.
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.
Lucy Lehmann is the author of The Showgirl and the Brumby, (Vintage, 2002)
A novelist by day, she first began playing music publicly in 2005 and continues to do so. She is currently working on developing other literary works.
Tamara Agha-Jaffar has been in academia all her professional life. In 2004 she was named Kansas Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation and received its CASE Award for the Advancement of Teaching. In 2010 she received The President’s Call to Service Award for her volunteer work in the community. Tamara has written five books.