K. Anis Ahmed K. Anis Ahmed is a Bangladeshi writer based in Dhaka. He is co-founder of Bengal Lights, Bangladesh's most prominent English literary journal.
Michael Breen Michael Breen is author of The New Koreans and was for many years the Guardian and Washington Times correspondent.
Michael Buckley Michael Buckley is an environmentalist, an adventure-travel writer and documentary filmmaker who specializes in the Himalayan and Southeast Asian regions.
Anna Chittenden Anna Chittenden writes about travel and lifestyle in Asia and is the author of Lost Guides: Bali.
Edith Coron & Anne Garrigue Edith Coron and Anne Garrigue are journalists who often focus on Asia. Their first co-authored book is China Blend: The Cultural Hybrids Bridging the World.
Susie Gordon Susie Gordon lives in Shanghai and is a published poet, short-story writer and journalist. Her debut novel is set in Shanghai. Photo: Robert-van-de-Hilst.
He Jiahong He Jiahong, ‘the John Grisham of China’ is a crime-fiction writer and professor of criminal law at Beijing People’s University.
Karoline Kan Karoline Kan writes about Chinese politics, history, ethnic policies and other social issues from the perspective of a young Chinese woman.
Hyeonseo Lee Hyeonseo Lee’s bestselling memoir, The Girl with Seven Names: A North Korean Defector’s Story, has been published around the world so far in 15 languages, and counting.
Henry Lin Henry Lin* is a former triad member who spent his formative years in and out of prison in the USA. His autobiography, The 100-Pound Gangster, will be published in 2016 by Signal 8 Press.
Ming Liu Ming Liu contributes to the FT, China International Business, V and to the Asia Literary Review, et al. Her debut novel, Our Man in China, is currently on submission.
Leza Lowitz Leza Lowitz is an award-winning, multi-genre writer and Japanese-English translator whose YA novel Up from the Sea is published by Penguin Random House.
Victor Mallet Victor Mallet is Asia news editor of the FT. His new book, River of Life, River of Death: The Ganges and India’s Future immediately reached the bestseller list. Photo: Ayesha Sitara.
Jonathan Miller Jonathan Miller is Channel 4 News Asia Correspondent based in Bangkok and is writing a book about President Duterte of the Philippines.
Mark Mobius Mark Mobius, the 'rock-star of emerging markets', has been named by Asiamoney as one of its 'top 100 most powerful and influential'
Dreux Richard Dreux Richard is literary translation editor of the Kyoto Journal and special correspondent for the Japan Times. His debut Every Human Intention: Japan in the New Century will be published by Pantheon.
Hannah Lucinda Smith Hannah Lucinda Smith is The Times's correspondent in Turkey, where she has covered conflicts, a coup attempt and the rise of controversial president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Photo: Bradley Secker
Michael Vatikiotis Michael Vatikiotis is an eminent Indonesianist. Conflicts Within, an insight into his work as a peace-negotiator, will be published by W&N in 2017. Photo by James G. Y. Photography