A new International Baccalaureate charter school to open in Taos

On Friday March 14th the Taos International School lead organizer Nadine Vigil will hold an informational session at the Kit Carson Electric Boardroom, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. “I will be there all day long to answer questions from parents and help them in the process of filling out a letter of intent,” said…

Interview with Karina Cano

Interview with Karina Cano, site manager for Hispanic.com. Karina is of Hispanic and Yaqui Indian descent, a U.T. Austin grad and calls the Alamo City of San Antonio home.  Visit Hispanic.com Facebook page here Teresa Dovalpage: Why did you decide to open Hispanic.com? Karina Cano: We re-launched Hispanic.com last year.  It’s been a lot of…

Papaya Suite: a three-city journey to adulthood

Interview with Cuban Writer Teresa Bevin  Teresa Bevin is an educator, author and psychotherapist. Born in Cuba, she emigrated to the United Statesfollowing several interim years in Spain.  She is a graduate of the University of Maryland and George Washington University. Ms. Bevin resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico and works with victims and perpetrators…

Cubans around the (publishing) world

An interview with three Cuban publishers Fabio Murrieta Marlene Moleón I met Marlene Moleón and Andrés Pi during the 2010 Miami Book Fair. They represent two faces of the modern publishing industry: e-books and printing on demand, which are relatively new and not completely understood…at least by some. As for Fabio Murrieta, I read one…