Ruchira Paul : Founder of Accidental Blogger. An erstwhile chemistry teacher and mother of two adult children, Ruchira lives in the Houston area. This blog was launched as a solo effort in October, 2005. You can email Ruchira at [ruchirapaul at gmail dot com]
The following authors were added over time.
Anna Levine : Anna is an attorney. She works for a legal advocacy group in California. Joe : Joe is a law graduate of the University of Minnesota. Sujatha Sundar : Sujatha is an engineer and mother of two young children. She lives in Pennsylvania. Dean C. Rowan: Dean is a law librarian at UC Berkeley. He lives in California. Andrew Rosenblum: Andrew is a freelance writer/researcher based in California and writes for such venues as Jazz at Lincoln Center Radio, Mother Jones, and Citysearch. Prasad: Previously known as "D," Prasad is a graduate student, currently puttering about Geneva doing acts of physics. Narayan Acharya: Narayan Acharya grew up in India. He lives in Doylestown, PA. Norman Costa: Norman Costa is a research psychologist, teacher, consultant, and writer of non-fiction. In the tradition of H. L. Mencken, he is an essayist who labors under the illusion that the general public is interested in what he has to say. Omar Ali: Omar Ali, born in Lahore, Pakistan, is an academic physician in Wisconsin. Involved in south Asian peace initiatives, he has published opinion pieces in Outlook India and Wichaar.com (Punjabi language web portal). Omar also moderates a discussion group at Asiapeace. Cyrus Hall: Cyrus is currently located in Switzerland where he recently obtained a Ph.D. in computer science. You can check out some of his musical selections at his DJ site here. Jesse Schaefer: Jesse was born in London and grew up in San Francisco. He spent several years pursuing classical art training in Florence, Minneapolis and New York. Jesse currently lives in Tucson, Arizona. John Ballard: John Ballard, a cafeteria manager in retirement since 2002, who spent his time since then working in the "senior" environment -- the first five years in the dining room of an independent living community, then as a non-medical caregiver working through an agency.