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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

Abe Books Searches for First Editions of ‘The Iliad’ Climb after Release of The Boy Next Door; Film Critics Lay Siege on the Film’s Script February 20, 2015: The Guardian reports that searches for “The Iliad, first edition” on the online marketplace AbeBooks have climbed since the release of J-Lo’s new movie The Boy Next Door, which [...] by

Does T.S. Eliot’s Ghost Haunt New England? February 17, 2015: The Guardian warns readers that a recent phone-in to NPR might prove that the ghost of T.S. Eliot could actually be haunting Dana Hawkes’s house. But, as The Guardian infers, this might simply [...] by

We Don’t Blog on Saturdays So Happy Valentine’s Day Today From Our Favorite Erotic Poet February 13, 2015: Happy Almost Valentine’s Day! It’s Friday the 13th, at least. What bluebells those two combined can wreak/grow/esteem, right? In honor of the occasions, check out The Guardian’s [...] by

London’s ICA Remembers Adrian Henri January 28, 2015: Have you heard of the English poet and painter, Adrian Henri? Whether you know him or not, we recommend a hop, skip, and a jump over to the ICA’s homage to his artful magic. From The Guardian: [...] by

The Guardian Introduces Badilisha Poetry X-Change January 5, 2015: Badilisha Poetry X-Change is a pioneering mobile site that brings the voices of African poets directly to the speaker of your cell phone. From The Guardian: “These days, the language of death is a [...] by

Are We Ready for PJ Harvey? December 4, 2014: PJ Harvey’s first poetry collection, The Hollow of the Hand, is set for publication October 2015. Written in collaboration with photographer and filmmaker Seamus Murphy (who also collaborated [...] by

Tonight’s National Book Awards Belong to Claudia Rankine? November 19, 2014: At The Guardian, writer Michelle Dean argues that the Golden Globe of literary awards–that being, of course, the National Book Award–could very well go to Claudia Rankine for her [...] by

Clear the Runway: John Ashbery’s Collected French Translations Land November 19, 2014: This weekend The Guardian directed our attention to a new collection of John Ashbery’s French translations entitled Collected French Translations: Poetry. It’s a deceptively modest title [...] by

The Guardian Reviews Simon Armitage’s Paper Aeroplane: Selected Poems 1989-2014 November 14, 2014: Check it out! The Guardian sheds some sunny light on Simon Armitage’s newest collection of selected poems spanning from 1989-2014. “How did it get so late?” wonders Simon Armitage in Paper [...] by