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A Look Into Forrest Gander’s 7 Novels by 7 Poets November 23, 2015: If you thought poets were only good for writing poems, Forrest Gander is here to disabuse you of that notion! Over at LitHub, Gander runs down his list of “Seven Great Novels Written by [...] by

Forrest Gander to Translate Rediscovered Neruda July 27, 2015: Like Taylor Swift, Pablo Neruda’s romantic poems never go out of style. But for couples who may be just a little bit ready for something new, Copper Canyon Press and the Pablo Neruda Foundation [...] by

Some Hot Action at Action Books February 11, 2014: Not so much publishing as UNLEASHING, yesterday Action Books announced via Montevidayo the availability of four new titles hot off the press. Included in the latest horde is Wet Land by Lucas de [...] by

The Victorious Battles Are Withered Wounds: Translating Pablo de Rokha November 7, 2013: On December 10 of this year, Copper Canyon will be publishing an anthology edited by Forrest Gander and Raúl Zurita called Pinholes in the Night: Essential Poems from Latin America. My husband Evan [...] by

Forrest Gander Video-Poems at OmniVerse September 3, 2013: The latest and the greatest from OmniVerse just hit your internet-newsstand with poems by Lisa Fishman, Brian Mornar, and Noah Eli Gordon, along with an interview with Andrew Zawacki. And if that [...] by

New to the Archive January 8, 2013: Let’s crack into the stacks to see what’s been added to the online archive since we last checked in. Joining the archive (yes, that’s a ligature pun) are a heap of poems by Forrest [...] by

Forrest Gander Takes Down the Clouds December 12, 2012: We wanted to point you to this tight ditty from The Volta’s “Take Down the Clouds” series: 7 questions with Forrest Gander. Here’s a slice: 1. Where are you now? I’m in my [...] by

A Review of Forrest Gander’s Translation of Pura López Colomé’s Watchword June 26, 2012: Just up on the BOMBLOG: Kristin Dykstra on Watchword, Forrest Gander’s translation of Pura López Colomé’s Santo y seña. Dykstra writes: López Colomé describes her collection—called Santo y [...] by