Social and Consumer: Hispanic - Press Releases

Bail Bonds Direct Los Angeles Launches Support for Spanish Speaking Citizens

If someone is arrested, they must have a bail bondsman who will offer surety in the form of a monetary penalty if an individual fails to show up to their court date once released. Many prefer not to put this burden on their friends and family, and so turn to a Bail Bonds company. Bail Bonds Direct is one of the most professional and well respected in LA, and know the jail system inside out. This allows them a significant edge over the system in getting people out quickly and easily. Their website now supports Spanish speaking residents of LA so they can help even more people.

VigRx Plus, Seen on TV, Is a Highly Recommended Pill to Cure ED Naturally and Without Side Effects

If there’s anything dreaded by men, it is erectile dysfunction. Yet, it is a very common sexual problem that millions of men suffer with worldwide. This is a condition that can be a big blow to any man’s confidence and self esteem. Though it is quite common, it is small percentage of such men that seek treatment for it because of sheer embarrassment involved.

English to Spanish Raleigh Helps Companies Avoid Culturally Insensitive Material

English to Spanish Raleigh has begun a campaign to help companies avoid offensive advertising. The Raleigh translation company knows how important the Hispanic population is for expanding a businesses’ client base. This month’s awareness campaign focuses on how easy a translation can unintentionally change an original message into culturally insensitive material.

Getting Rid of Man Boobs Without a Surgical Procedure Is Now Easy- Gynexin Reduces Man Boobs with Zero Pain or Scars

Gynexin is a benchmark in male breast reduction. Gynecomastia is a supposed to be hugely popular in men. It is known that almost a third of all adult men suffer with gynecomastia, a condition that is commonly referred to as “man boobs”.

2Leaf Press Fall/Winter 2013 Fundraiser Support Needed

Logo2Leaf Press, a small independent press that publishes grassroots writers who are injecting new blood into the contemporary literary scene, launches emergency fundraiser to promote, market and distribute its books.

Award-Winning Author Reveals Enormous Hispanic Contributions to U.S. History

LogoCARLOS B. VEGA, an award-winning author, today released his most recent book, Our Hispanic Roots: What History Failed to Tell Us. Second Edition, while at the same time, the United States begins the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Libido Booster for Men Increases Libido, Testosterone and HGH - Helps Reverse Age Effects Too

Most men tend to lose testosterone as they advance towards middle age. It is known that production of testosterone slows down in the body after 30. Though this is a gradual decline, effects of low testosterone can felt by the time a man reaches 40.

Poet Jesús Papoleto Meléndez Publishes Kindle Edition of "Hey Yo! Yo Soy!"

Logo2Leaf Press is pleased to announce its first Kindle publication, "Hey Yo! Yo Soy! 40 Years of Nuyorican Street Poetry, A Bilingual Edition" by Nuyorican poet Jesús Papoleto Meléndez. Besides being the first major contemporary poet to publish his works bilingually in the U.S., he is also the first to publish his collected works as an eBook on Amazon Kindle.

2Leaf Press Has Taken Root and Is Growing with Big Ideas

LogoIt seems as if it was only yesterday when 2Leaf Press published its first book, HEY YO! YO SOY! collected works and bilingual edition by Jesús Papoleto Meléndez in October 2012. Since then, we've published Shirley Bradley LeFlore's debut poetry collection, BRASSBONES & RAINBOWS and her groundbreaking play, RIVERS OF WOMEN. featuring a photographic essay by Michael J. Bracey; and Tony Medina's poetry collection BROKE BAROQUE.

Heightened Interest in Immigration Has Made Bestselling Author Leander Jackie Grogan's New Book a Must-Read for the Summer

Getting ready for Leander Jackie Grogan’s new spellbinding novel requires at least three things: a disregard for traditional genres, a palate for provocative thought and a pair of strong arms to hold up the 626 page, James A Michener type block of paper concrete, while reading late at night.

Poet Tony Medina Publishes New Poetry Collection, "Broke Baroque" in Print and Kindle Editions

Logo2Leaf Press is pleased to announce the publication of poet, professor and activist Tony Medina’s latest poetry collection, BROKE BAROQUE, with a powerful introduction by MacArthur-winner, author, and Professor Emeritus at University of Berkeley, Ishmael Reed. BROKE BAROQUE is available for sale on Amazon.com and other online outlets.

CEO of SCV Hispanic Chamber of Commerce & Community Leader, Bill Miranda, Introduces His New & Riveting Book, Profiles in Latino Courage: How Everyday Latinos Achieve Success

LogoAn insight to the drive and tough-minded principles of seven successful Latinos, Profiles in Latino Courage discloses the journeys in which these individuals embarked upon to reach their achievements. Bill Miranda (www.billmiranda.com), author and one of the featured Latino professionals, wrote this book to inspire and educate Latinos to take action toward their careers—to not let fear and roadblocks keep them from reaching their goals.

Spanish Article Directory Website Is Now Online

LogoZOOMinformatico, an authority Spanish article directory, now enables readers to find content on many topics and on a range of issues.

Encouraging Spanish Speakers with God's Word, 40 Million at a Time

As a young retired entrepreneur, Carvajal now writes and posts on several blogs about his experiences with God, and his new found life. Within two years, Carvajal has become one of the most successful and popular bloggers within the Spanish language. To date, he reaches out to over 40 million Spanish readers every single week. His Facebook page, Dios Es Bueno has grown from zero to 9 million fans in just over two years. Currently, Carvajal writes through his main blog at Beliefnet.com.

Cafemom's Mamaslatinas Honors Latina Mom & President of Power Media Group

MamásLatinas, the first bilingual website to “super-serve” Hispanic mothers living in the United States, held their first annual award ceremony on October 17, recognizing the accomplishments and overall successes of seven influential Latina moms. Patricia Gracia, president and co-founder of Hispanic advertising/PR agency, Power Media Group (www.powermediagroup.com), and nonprofit 501 c3 organization, Power Woman Business Center (www.powerwomanbc.com), was honored to be one of the recipients of such a significant award. Each of the seven winners received $5,000 amongst other gifts in appreciation for their impact they have made in the Hispanic community.

Nuyorican Poet Jesús Papoleto Meléndez Publishes an Historical Bilingual Collection for a U.S. and Pan-Latino Market

Logo2Leaf Press is pleased to announce the publication of its first book, "Hey Yo! Yo Soy! 40 Years of Nuyorican Street Poetry, A Bilingual Edition" by Nuyorican poet Jesús Papoleto Meléndez. This 386-page collection, comprised of three previously published books, "Casting Long Shadows" (1970), "Have You Seen Liberation" (1971), and "Street Poetry & Other Poems" (1972), consist of 60 poems about growing up Puerto Rican in New York City’s El Barrio. Meléndez has long been considered one of the founders of the Nuyorican Movement and the political, intellectual and linguistic topics he approaches in his work remain extremely relevant to this day. This historical collection is available for sale on Amazon.com and other online outlets.

Poet Jesús Papoleto Meléndez' 386-Page Masterpiece Has Finally Arrived and Is Available for Sale!

Logo2Leaf Press is pleased to announce the publication of its first book, "Hey Yo! Yo Soy! 40 Years of Nuyorican Street Poetry, A Bilingual Edition" by Nuyorican poet Jesús Papoleto Meléndez. This 386-page collection, comprised of three previously published books, "Casting Long Shadows" (1970), "Have You Seen Liberation" (1971), and "Street Poetry & Other Poems" (1972), consist of 60 poems about growing up Puerto Rican in New York City’s El Barrio. Meléndez has long been considered one of the founders of the Nuyorican Movement and the political, intellectual and linguistic topics he approaches in his work remain extremely relevant to this day. This historical collection is available for sale on Amazon.com and other online outlets.

The IAAS Announces Launch of 2Leaf Press Imprint

LogoThe IAAS Announces launch of 2Leaf Press imprint with its first book, a bilingual collection of poetry by Nuyorican poet-activist Jesús Papoleto Meléndez set to publish October 26, 2012

phati'tude Literary Magazine Available for Sale in Canada on Amazon.ca

phati’tude Literary Magazine offers literary aficionados a wide range of diverse writers at an affordable price.

NY-Based Nonprofit Presents a Literary Gift to the Latino Community Wrapped In A Bow, phati'tude's ¿WHAT'S IN A NOMBRE?

phati'tude Literary Magazine publishes long-awaited Latino issue, ¿WHAT’S IN A NOMBRE? underscoring the important contribution of Latino writers in American literature

phati'tude Literary Magazine Publishes Latino Issue, WHAT'S IN A NOMBRE

phati'tude Literary Magazine publishes long-awaited Latino issue, ¿WHAT’S IN A NOMBRE? underscoring the important contribution of Latino writers in American literature

phati'tude Literary Magazine's Submission Deadline for Its Latino/Hispanic Issue Coming Soon!

phati’tude Literary Magazine is pleased to announce its open submission call for its upcoming Winter issue, ¿WHAT’S IN A NOMBRE? Writing Latin@ Identity in America, to be published February 2012. The issue will be guest edited by poet, editor, playwright, activist and educator, Nancy Mercado. The submission deadline is January 6, 2012. Writers and artists are encouraged to review submission guidelines and send in their work.

Give the Gift of Literature This Holiday Season; Give phati’tude Literary Magazine

Recently reinvented and revamped with a new look, phati’tude Literary Magazine is back in action with a new team of volunteers and a set of new titles that offers a culturally diverse collaboration of emerging and established writers available on Amazon.com.

Nancy Mercado Set to Guest Edit phati’tude’s Groundbreaking Latin@ Issue for Winter 2012

phati’tude Literary Magazine announces Nancy Mercado as guest editor for ¿WHAT’S IN A NOMBRE? Writing Latin@ Identity in America, to be published in February 2012.

phati'tude Literary Magazine Submission Deadline for its SEPTEMBER 11TH Issue Coming Soon!

phati’tude Literary Magazine is pleased to announce its fall issue, AWAKENINGS: BRIDGING THE CULTURAL DIVIDE Remembering September 11th. The deadline is August 12, 2011.