NERUDA: THE BIOGRAPHY OF A POET
(The Poet's Calling)
“A definitive biography and instant classic.”
— Library Journal
"Reads like a beautifully written novel: attentive to scene, momentum, and rich with evocative details.”
— Cristina García, Dreaming in Cuban
For more than 20 years, Mark Eisner has steeped himself in Pablo Neruda's life and poetry. Now he has brought the legendary Chilean alive in a new book, Neruda: The Biography of a Poet. Infused with sensitive analysis and vibrant storytelling, this comprehensive, moving biography reads like a novel. Find out more about the book and explore Mark's other work and resources throughout this site.
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A Red Poppy Project
Edited by Mark Eisner and Tina Escaja
Introduction by Julia Alvarez
Published by Tin House Books
"Resistencia could not be more timely. It is a stunning collection of revelations and witness. My only complaint: I wish it could be ten times longer. Indispensable.”
— Luis Alberto Urrea
With a powerful and poignant introduction from Julia Alvarez, Resistencia: Poems of Protest and Revolution is an extraordinary collection, rooted in a strong tradition of protest poetry and voiced by icons of the movement and some of the most exciting writers today. The poets of Resistencia explore feminist, queer, Indigenous, and ecological themes alongside historically prominent protests against imperialism, dictatorships, and economic inequality. Within this momentous collection, poets representing every Latin American country grapple with identity, place, and belonging, resisting easy definitions to render a nuanced and complex portrait of language in rebellion.
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