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Poetry Mixtape Volume II March 10, 2015: Today’s mixtape was curated by Elizabeth Robinson. I was lucky enough to study with Elizabeth while she was a visiting professor at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her seminar, Modernism and [...] by

After Rigorous Forensic Testing, Pablo Neruda’s Body Returns Home February 24, 2015: After two years of forensic tests conducted in three countries, Pablo Neruda’s remains will return to Chile and be reburied at the side of his third wife, Mathilde Urritia. Although rumored to [...] by

Pablo Neruda’s Death to be Investigated Again January 23, 2015: Jacket Copy reports that investigators in Chile will take another look at the cause of Pablo Neruda’s death. The last doctor who was at his bedside at the time of death continues to be a [...] by

Newly Restored: Pablo Neruda Reading at The 92nd Street Y in 1966 August 7, 2014: Thanks to BOMB’s Paper Clip, we’ve come across Clocktower Radio’s restoration and rebroadcast of Pablo Neruda reading at the 92nd Street Y in 1966, from the archives of Charles [...] by

Who Says that Poets Don’t Like Futbol? June 23, 2014: We’re still reeling from yesterday’s US v. Portugal match. What a game, right? Well, at Paris Review poet Rowan Ricardo Phillips has been covering the Cup. Check it! The same day that, in [...] by

Previously Unpublished Poetry by Pablo Neruda to Appear June 19, 2014: Much of the news these days relating to Pablo Neruda tends to lean toward the macabre side, what with exhumations and the testing of his remains for poisons and evidence of foul play. So we’re [...] by

Further Tests Planned in Neruda Death Probe June 18, 2014: We’ve been bringing you updates as the story of the circumstances surrounding the death of Pablo Neruda have slowly unfolded over the years (here, here, and here). Earlier this year an [...] by

A Story We Can Really Get Behind: ‘Why You Should Buy Poetry This Holiday Season’ at Huffington Post December 4, 2013: Kelly Forsythe of Copper Canyon Press reminds readers (and us, frankly) why poetry books make excellent gifts (even, yes, for non-poets) this holiday season. While it may seem obvious that the term [...] by

Chilean and International Forensics Experts: ‘No Foul Play’ Found in Death of Pablo Neruda November 11, 2013: According to a new report by Chilean and international forensics experts, no foul play—such as poisoning or the use of other chemical agents—has been found to be the cause of death for the much [...] by

Zurita and Cormac: The Story of Our American, Sentimental Education September 24, 2013: Now as I’ve started writing there is a persistent light rain falling, known as the chipi-chipi, under the stone arches and on the black slab and large avocado from a Mexican garden, sitting on the [...] by