The latest issue of Translation Review (#94) features a review by Kate Hedeen of Then Come Back: The Lost Neruda Poems, recently released from Copper Canyon, which cites our "Open Letter" of November 2015. The full text is not available online but the first page can be previewed at the link above.
I am saddened to hear, this morning, that recent Lavender Ink author William Bradley has died. While it was obvious to me, both from the writing in his book of essays, Fractals, and from our personal correspondence when we were putting the book out, that his health was failing and his condition likely terminal, he always downplayed it, treating his mortality with understatement and even humor. This is part of the power of his work, also. I'm sharing a note from Steven Church, who knew him much better than I did and who brought him to the press, for which I am very grateful.
Read Steve's compelling memory of William here.
To honor William and to make his work as accessible as possible, now, we have reduce the price of Fractals to $12.50. Click here if you want to buy the paperback. We have also reduced the price of the ebook to $5.99. Click here to get the kindle version from Amazon