Anastacia Marx de Salcedo is interested in the things that are hiding in plain sight, often buried in voluminous, bureaucratic documents or jargon-filled industry journals. In a previous incarnation, she called herself a food humorist—until that moniker elicited too many blank stares at parties. She’s worked as a public health consultant, the publisher of a newsmagazine, and a public policy researcher. She was born in New York City, graduated from Columbia College, and lives in Boston. Habla español.