Dorothy Potter Snyder
writer, literary translator. Dorothy Potter Snyder writes short fiction and essays, and translates literature from Spanish. She is a passionate promoter of contemporary Hispanic women's texts. Her translations have appeared in The Sewanee Review, Exile Quarterly, The Center for the Art of Translation, Review: Literature and Art of the Americas, Reading in Translation, and Two Lines Press, among others. She is a contributor to Public Seminar, Potent Magazine, and La Gaceta de Tucumán (Argentina). Her original fiction has appeared in The Write Launch, East by Northeast Magazine, Teresa Magazine, and her short story in Spanish, La puerta secreta, was awarded a mención honorífica by the 2020 International Short Story Contest of the San Miguel Writer's Conference. A former New Yorker, she now lives in Hillsborough, North Carolina.