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Forrest Gander Takes on Translation Project of Neruda’s Lost Poems November 29, 2016: A Forrest Gander essay about translating Pablo Neruda’s lost poems went up at Literary Hub last week. The poet and translator admits that he’s often preferred to champion terrific [...] by

We Can Be Heroes: Poets Live Large on the Big Screen October 5, 2016: From Jim Jarmusch’s “Paterson” to Pablo Larrain’s “Neruda,” this year’s New York Film Festival lineup includes movies where poets are the protagonists and literature [...] by

Greetings from Pablo Neruda’s ‘Love Nest’ November 20, 2015: Yes, in this episode of “Poetry Cribs” (it doesn’t really exist, but we wish it did…) Washington Post takes a gander at Pablo Neruda’s “love nest” in the [...] by

On WNYC’s New Sounds, Verses from Latin America November 10, 2015: On WNYC’s New Sounds, John Schaefer guides listeners through an exploration of Latin American poetry settings. Poets include Gabriela Mistral, Pablo Neruda, Octavio Paz, and more. Tune in! [...] by

Chilean Goverment Admits Neruda’s Death a ‘Highly Probable’ Murder November 10, 2015: The Guardian reports of Chile’s acknowledgement that Pablo Neruda might indeed have been murdered by the Pinochet regime, as has been believed by many for some time. More: The interior ministry [...] by

Copper Canyon’s Michael Wiegers Talks to Poets & Writers October 20, 2015: In their new issue, Poets & Writers features Michael Wiegers, editor in chief of Copper Canyon Press. From the operation rooms of Fort Worden, in Port Townsend, Washington, to working with Allan [...] by

Library of Congress Details How Pablo Neruda Came to be Translated into English August 3, 2015: How DID Pablo Neruda’s poems find their way into English? The official blog of the Library of Congress provides readers with an in-depth backstory about one of the most revered and most [...] 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

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