The Lost Poems of Pablo Neruda

November 17, 2015

Pablo NerudaThere is excitement afoot at Copper Canyon Press — and among the fans of Pablo Neruda. A handwritten cache of lost poems by Neruda was recently discovered in Chile and entrusted to Copper Canyon for publication.

The press is running a Kickstarter to fund the book, Then Come Back: Lost Poems. The backing has already exceeded the initial fundraising goal of $50,000, so Copper Canyon has sweetened the deal with a “stretch goal”: additional funds will allow the publication of Crepusculario — Neruda’s first book, which has never been translated into English, forthcoming from Copper Canyon Press in 2017.

Visit the Lost Poems Kickstarter, watch the video and be part of the excitement.
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photo: young Pablo Neruda, born Ricardo Eliécer Neftalí Reyes Basoalto


One Response to “The Lost Poems of Pablo Neruda”

  1. Definitely going to support this, Bermuda is one of my all time favorites

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