I translate work by Mexican writer Mónica Lavín. My translations of her stories have appeared in The Sewanee Review and Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas. I am currently translating a collection of her short fiction to be published by Ediciones la Pereza (Miami, USA).
I struck the deal for this book while proposing to write a completely different one for Hal Leonard. This book, which was written by the world-class salsa pianist Hector Martignon, is the best resource for would-be salsa pianists.
Browse through the online stacks at my Mom's bookstore, The Title Page. Visit Mom at her location on 1 Franklin Ave in Rosemont, PA (right across from Borders Books). Customers frequent her shop for hard to find volumes, and a good talking to from the wittiest woman on Philadelphia's Main Line. Request searches for rare and out-of-print books: (610) 527-1772
My sister, Professor Claire Bond Potter, the 'Tenured Radical', Author and Professor of History at the New School for Public Engagement writes on education, feminism, history and politics at the Chronicles of Higher Education.