Sylvie Weil has published several collections of short stories, one of which, À New York il n’y a pas de tremblements de terre, received the Prix George Sand. She has also contributed short fiction pieces to literary magazines. Her writing for young adults has won the prestigious Prix Sorcières in France. Her critically acclaimed memoir At Home with André and Simone (Northwestern University Press, in 2010) has been translated into several languages. She is the author of Le Hareng et le Saxophone, a family saga, which is now being translated in the United States. The daughter of André Weil, one of the twentieth century’s most brilliant mathematicians (and a founding member of Bourbaki) and the niece of Simone Weil, one of its most important philosophers, Sylvie was born in the United States but was raised in Paris. She taught for many years at the City University of New York, and now divides her time between New York and Paris.