Christy Gogu is a full-time mother of two and a part-time product designer. Between getting her older one’s schoolwork done and running after her toddler, she likes to gulp down a cup of tea, visit friends, exercise, travel and shop. She lives with her husband and kids in New Delhi.
Emily Lewis is an American writer and freelance editor. She lived on four continents and traveled to nearly 30 countries before finding her home in New Delhi, where her heart still remains — though life has relocated her twice since then. She loves finding the adventure in every circumstance, plumbing life for its depths and striking up conversations with strangers.
Freda Howell McMahon lives in a little Goan village with Jason, her husband, and daughter, Amairah. She is a Psychological Counsellor by profession, and completed her education in Canada. Currently, she is researching the impact of pornography in urban youth. Dark chocolate with sea salt, strong black coffee, lamp light, and Amairah’s laughter are few of her favourites.
Priscilla Jebaraj is a writer on a break from journalism. She lives in Delhi, a city she loves for its sense of being rooted in a storied history and rushing forward into an unknown future at the same time. Some of her favourite things: books, travel, books, baking, books, children and did she mention books?
Priya Gordon Clarance currently spends most of her time changing diapers, eating chocolate and managing the household chores. Early last year she and her husband were called to help plant a new church in their part of the city. Besides that, she loves sleeping, coffee, exploring new cafes and restaurants with her man and a good old game of ‘Catan’.
Roshni is a lawyer by profession working with a human rights organisation in Mumbai, where she lives with her husband, Ben Mathew. They are a part of New City Church, Mumbai where they worship and serve. Roshni loves the colour purple and brinjals.
Shobana Vetrivel enjoys the hustle and bustle of city life and the adventure of living in New Delhi. She has a background in social development and has worked in both development and ministry settings. Books, travelling, theology, coffee and deep conversations are a few of her favourite things.
Susan Gordon is a Malayali married to Vivek, a Delhiite and now lives in Bangalore . She has a love of words and was an editor at Oxford University Press for three years. Now she spends her days as a full-time mum running behind her toddler son Liam. If and when she gets time, she enjoys baking, going for walks, dreaming about her Pinterest alter-ego and reading blogs.