NEW YORK, April 2, 2008 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Mido Editores announces the April 15th release of the April-May issue of PRL – Primera Revista Latinoamericana de Libros. This issue will feature 13 in-depth articles from distinguished professors, journalists and writers.
The April-May issue includes reviews from:
— Ilan Stavans on Octavio Paz’s Plural
— Enric Bou on Jesus Moncada, Quim Monzo and Baltasar Porcel
— Vania Markarian on the Chomsky effect
— Nestor E. Rodriguez on the chronicle of two Dominican communities: Cristo Rey and Washington Heights
— Anibal Gonzalez on Indiscreciones de un perro gringo
— Pablo de Santis on books from Argentina
— Sergio Missana on the secret chronicle of the resistance against Pinochet
PRL will be available on April 15th at the following bookstores in Puerto Rico: Borders, Libreria Cronopios, Librerias La Trertulia, Libreria Magica y Libreria Norberto Gonzalez. PRL will also offer a free article every two weeks on our website: http://www.revistaprl.com .
About the magazine:
PRL is a Spanish language bimonthly periodical that features compelling book reviews from the most esteemed writers in the Latin American market. Each issue examines books that are being published in Spanish and English, while reviewing the latest tendencies in Literature, Philosophy, History, Politics and Film.
About the publisher:
Mido Editores is a publishing company that is based in New York, with a network of collaborators in Latin America and the United States. For more information, please contact our office at 212.864.4280, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.