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 has shared her passion for Halldór for several years 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 the armpit of 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. He is also an avid music lover and craft beer guzzler. His dream is to one day visit Scandinavia, especially 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.
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. He is a regular contributor toThe Spectator.
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.