Then Come Back by Pablo Neruda | LJ Review


This latest addition to the extensive inventory of Neruda’s works is a miniretrospective that captures the essence of his more famous works; the poems here are certainly as deserving to form part of the poet’s canon as any heretofore published collections.

Copper Canyon Announces a New Volume of Pablo Neruda Poems for April 2016


In June 2014, researchers at the Pablo Neruda Foundation in Santiago, Chile, discovered 20 previously unknown poems by the widely admired poet-diplomat. Poetry lovers here have been waiting impatiently, but finally we have word that Washington State–based Copper Canyon Press has acquired the U.S. rights to the manuscript. We still have to wait some–the book […]

Post–Valentine’s Day Books | What We’re Reading


Library Journal and School Library Journal staffers wear their hearts on their collective sleeves this week!