Gregory Rabassa is the recipient of multiple prizes and the translator of One Hundred Years of Solitude, among other classic works.
Susan Rabiner is the former editorial director of Basic Books. She was a senior editor at Oxford University Press and Pantheon Books.
Nahid Rachlin was born in Iran and now lives in New York City.
Sonia Rachline has been writing for Paris Vogue for over twenty- five years. Among her other books are Vogue a` la Mer and Vogue en Beaute´.
Steven Radelet joined Economics of Development for its fifth edition. At the time he was a fellow at Harvard’s Institute for International Development and taught in both Harvard’s economics department and the Kennedy School of Government. He...More
Burton Raffel is Distinguished Professor of Humanities at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Emeritus. He is the translator of many works, including Gargantua and Pantagruel (awarded the French-American Foundation Translation Prize),...More
Kathleen Ragan’s previous book, Fearless Girls, Wise Women, and Beloved Sisters, anthologized folktales with female protagonists from around the world. She has lived in or traveled to fifty countries and currently lives in Australia.
Kym Ragusa is a writer and documentary filmmaker. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
John Rahn is professor of music composition and theory at the University of Washington in Seattle, and since 1983 has been editor of Perspectives of New Music.
Milan Rai is the author of Chomsky's Politics and was awarded the 1993 Frank Cousins Peace Award for Research by the Transport and General Workers Union.