Franz Liszt's correspondence with the Comtesse Marie d'Agoult, herself a celebrated historian and the mother of Liszt's three children, has only recently been made available in anything like respectable form. A decade ago French scholar Serge Gut, together with Jacqueline Bellas, published a definitive edition of the surviving Liszt-d'Agoult letters, thereby replacing the heavily edited and incomplete edition of the 1830s. Working closely with Gut, Michael Short has translated the entire correspondence into English, adding new footnotes and references in the process. The bulk of the translated correspondence, containing more than 400 of the letters, will soon be available in an edition from Pendragon Press. As such, it will join Pauline Pocknell's edition of the Liszt-Agnes Street-Klindworth letters and Short?s own edition of Liszt letters in the Library of Congress as No. 12 in Pendragon's Franz Liszt Studies Series edited by Michael Saffle.