News and Recent Press
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NPR’s @terencesamuel is moderating the panel “Literary Lives” in the Poetry & Prose stage at #NatBookFest with authors @eizmarcos (“Neruda”) and Kay Redfield Jamison (“Robert Lowell.”)— Isabel Lara (@isalara) September 1, 2018
He is the only one wearing shoes 👞 pic.twitter.com/EgB6TfkUIK
Featured piece in Paris Review on what we can learn from Neruda’s Poetry of Resistance!
"Lorca’s death represented something more: Lorca was the embodiment of poetry; it was as if the Fascists had assassinated poetry itself. Neruda had reached a moment from which there was no turning back."––@eizmarcos https://t.co/FisQL0wQ13— City Lights Books (@CityLightsBooks) March 26, 2018
The University of Michigan’s College of Literature, Science and Arts names their former creative writing undergrad Mark Eisner’s NERUDA a Summer 2018 Beach Read! Vamos Azul! And Ann Arbor's Literati Bookstore tweeted about Mark and the bio!
Reviews for Neruda: The Poet's Calling (click publication for complete article)
"Mark Eisner’s vigorously researched, engaging biography topples the poet from his pedestal while affirming his singular genius."
— Barnes & Noble Review
"Efficient and moving...the descriptions of places where Neruda lived and traveled are poetry themselves."
— Publisher's Weekly
"The clarity of Eisner’s prose keeps the reader from getting bogged down...A thoroughly researched, respectful, and evenhanded biography."
— Kirkus Reviews [and interview]
"In his sweeping and exhaustively researched biography, Mark Eisner plumbs the man behind the legend."
— CS Monitor
"A thoughtful and valuable book, linking the meaning of Neruda’s public life to the state of our world now."
— The Hudson Reviewy
The first TV interview for Neruda: The Poet’s Calling!
KPFA's La Raza Chronicles, a 30-minute conversation between Mark and host Nina Serrano featuring readings from what she described as Mark's "gripping, enlightening" biography.
NPR's Morning Edition, July 12, 2004, Neruda's Centennial
The Library of Congress Hispanic Division's Biblioteca Podcast November 2017
Books Tell You Why, July 25, 2015
New Books Network, for Translation of Tina Escaja's Caída Libre/Free Fall
More on Pablo
Poems, Books, and more about his life
Mark's translation of Neruda's Love Sonnet XVII
I don’t love you as if you were a rose of salt, topaz on the Poetry Foundation’s site
City Lights’ promotional poster of that Love Sonnet from the 2004 release of The Essential Neruda. For more info click here.