Ghadeer Ahmed is an Egyptian writer, feminist activist, and researcher specializing in women and gender studies. She obtained a BA in English Literature from the Faculty of Arts, Tanta University in 2012. She completed her postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, and obtained a Diploma in Non-Governmental Organization Management in 2014. She holds a Diploma in Studies from the American University in Cairo in 2016 majoring in Gender Studies. She started her first book project, Tales of Abortion in 2017, which was published by Al Maraya for Culture and Arts in 2023, in Cairo, and won the Creative and Critical Writings Grant from the Arab Fund for Culture and Arts (AFAC).
Hala Kamal is a professor of gender studies in the Department of English Language and Literature, Cairo University, Egypt. Her research interests and publications in both Arabic and English are in the areas of women and gender studies, translation studies, autobiography studies, and the history of the Egyptian feminist movement. She has translated several books on gender and feminism into Arabic. Her latest publications include Virginia Woolf in Arabic: A Feminist Paratextual Reading of Translation Strategies (2021); Scholactivism: Feminist Translation as Knowledge Production for Social Change (2021); and coedited with Luise von Flotow, The Routledge Handbook of Translation, Feminism and Gender (2020).