Mo Teitelbaum

Mo Teitelbaum studied at London University, before abandoning her doctorate to focus on translating, writing, and researching “lost” histories. As well as Salt on my Skin, Teitelbaum has translated work by Jean-Luc Godard and Jean Renoir, and written many articles about strong women—including Madame Binh and Simone de Beauvoir—for the Sunday Times. Her book The Stylemakers is an in-depth study of the iconic French designer, Jean Michel Frank, and Eugenia Errazuriz, the Chilean woman who inspired him. She is currently working on the “lost” history of Tota, Countess Cuevas de Vera, an Argentine feminist.